straight 8, the Super 8mm film competition that requires entrants to make their short films entirely in-camera, is back with a new competition for 2016.
Homespun Yarns 2016: The Track - enter by 30th June
The first deadline for entries to Homespun Yarns 2016 - the third annual short filmmaking competition by Homespun, the music video and short film division of Stitch Editing - is fast approaching, with the ideas for films to be submitted to the competition by next Thursday, 30th June.
The theme of this year's Homespun Yarns 2016 is The Track, with films to be made that have a track supplied by Wave Music as their starting point. Having downloaded and listened to the track - Darkest Hour by Lyves – entrants can use the piece of music however they want, from using it as the soundtrack, creating a music video, or even using the lyrics for the script.
Script ideas for films should be submitted to the competition by 30th June. Find out more about this year's Homespun Yarns and how to enter here.
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