Wednesday, 12. March 2008 - 10:37 am
ThinkSync Films, which invites filmmakers to make short films using music offered to from a number of leading British independent labels, has announced its call for entries it’s third annual competition.
Deadline for entries is Friday June 6th, and entrants can use music downloaded from the ThinkSync website to make films between three and ten minutes in length. The idea is NOT to make a music video, but a film that best incorporates the selected track.
The theme of this year’s competition is “?”.
This year’s music includes tracks from Andrew Weatherall and the Lone Swordsman, Strings Of Consciousness and Atari Teenage Riot, and from labels such as Bella Union, Big Dada, Digital Hardcore and Fat!
The best of the last two year’s entries have appeared on MTV2’s 120 Minutes, and MMTV2 is one of the supporters of this year’s event, also including ShootingPeople, Raindance and Rushes Soho Shorts.
For information on rules, regulations and prizes visit the ThinkSync website.