Friday, February 22, 2013

Calling All Directors: Nokia Music & Sundance London Challenge Filmmakers To Investigate The Music Scenes in Cities Around The Globe

I just got this email and the project sounds really cool, especially since I know of so many projects about the San Diego music scene already in development. Check it out!
Inspired by the Nokia Music's series, New American Noise, Nokia Music and Sundance London are challenging filmmakers and directors across the globe to investigate the music scenes in cities around the globe, giving other music fans an unprecedented introduction into the history of and current music scene in the chosen city. The top two films will feature in a special screening at Sundance London Film and Music Festival 2013.
To take part, filmmakers must upload a short video trailer (15 sec - 60 sec) including a 150 word supporting written description visualizing the 'underground music scene' in their chosen city by the 14th March 2013. In essence the trailer submitted is an audition, which showcases the concept of the proposed film.
Two finalists, voted for by members of the public, will receive two #Lumia920's and a $5,000 production budget each to create their final short film. What's more, both films are guaranteed a special screening at the Sundance London Film and Music festival (2013) in April, along with a mentoring session with one of the 'judges'. Finally, one lucky grand prize winner will walk away with $5,000 and Nokia #Lumia920.
To find out more about this Creative Invite, click here.

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