#ProjectFilmSupply, from The Music Bed, is a great contest for short filmmakers with some amazing prizes. I’ve entered a short film concept titled Wildflower. It’s more uplifting than a lot of my stuff, with strong fantasy elements. Here’s the blurb:
Lily has always been happy alone. The real world is bleak and uninteresting. The world she’s created in her head is infinitely more welcoming. But there’s a darkness there that she’s barely even aware of. When Van comes along and tried to break into Lily’s world, she resists him with all her might. He’s a stranger, and he has no business there. But Van won’t give up so easily. He’s determined to break through to Lily and bring her into the light, and show her just how vibrant the real world can be. With little dialogue, Wildflower will rely largely on contrast and strong visuals to show Lily’s journey and ultimate transformation.
The grand prize (chosen by the people at The Music Bed) for this contest is pretty amazing, and includes:
- Custom score by Tony Anderson or up to $7,500 in Licensing from The Music Bed for your film.
- Canon C500 + Lenses (Two Week Rental)
- Featured editorial on No Film School about your final film.
- $1,250 Zacuto credit
- $2,000 in Film Licensing Credit for Film Supply
- $2,500 Kessler credit
- A ton of gear, including some rentals and some to keep
It’s a fantastic bunch of prizes. The second and third prizes include more credits and gear.
Which brings me to the point about voting! The second and third prizes are chosen by popular vote. So, if you’re so inclined after reading the blurb above, I would greatly appreciate your votes! It only takes a second (you will have to confirm via email). I’d also appreciate it if you’d take a moment to share it via Twitter, Facebook, etc. Thanks!