Vincent LaForet recently announced an exiting video contest where he is collaborating with Canon and Vimeo. I am excited to be one of the judges because I know the creative product will be amazing!
Here is an excerpt from Vincent:
“There is A LOT OF POTENTIAL here for something very special to come out at the end… each video chapter will start with and end with a still image… you need to interpret the previous photographer/filmmaker’s still to start the (your) subsequent chapter (those are pretty much the ONLY rules/guidelines (outside of the obvious))… should make for a pretty unique series of chapters in the end!
So watch the video above and find out more! I’m on vacation with family and I’ll get rolling with regular updates and much much more information early next week! For now – start charging those batteries… it’s your turn!
Judges for the contest include:
Philip Bloom - Director/DP
Russell Carpenter - DP – “Titanic”
Rodney Charters – Director/DP – “24”
Nick Childs – Director/Producer /VP Grey Advertising
Shane Hurlbut – DP – “Terminator Salvation”
Stu Maschwitz – Senior Visual FX Supervisor – “The Spirit”
Rick McCallum – Producer – “Star Wars”
I’ll be a judge as well of course.”
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