This is a Worldwide Digital Cinema Festival. Submit your entries by Nov. 26 of this year.
1ST PRIZE IS A BLACKMAGIC CINEMA CAMERA
courtesy of Holdan
Enter the Movie Machine Digital Cinema Festival
This will be a jam-packed evening showing off the 10 best films submitted to the Cinema Festival, and also featuring a full lineup of presentations about digital filmmaking. Full agenda to be revealed very soon.
So dig through archive or pick up a camera and shoot, produce a film between 1 and 5 minutes, and you will be in the running to win 1st prize of the Movie Machine Digital Cinema Festival and to have your footage shown on the big screen, in Leicester Square, at the Prince Charles Cinema, London, December 4.
Register to Attend
Anyone can attend the Movie Machine event on the evening of December 4, at the Prince Charles Cinema, Leicester Square, London. You don’t have to submit a film to attend.
We will be putting on a program of presentations all about producing content for the big screen.
Confirmed footage to be shown on the night: Blackmagic Cinema Camera, Blackmagic Pocket Camera, Sony F3, Sony F5, RED Epic, Canon 5D Mark III.
Register to attend the event . The best 10 films submitted will be shown on the cinema screen in Leicester Square, on the night of December 4.
Enter The Digital Cinema Festival
Submit your digital film – Available worldwide
1st prize: Blackmagic Cinema Camera!
Runners Up: DaVinci Resolve & Sonnet Echo Express III
The rules are simple:
- Only one entry per person allowed
- Upload your entry to Movie Machine, which is to be a digital film of no less than 1 minute and no more than 5 minutes duration.
- Your film can be of any subject, any genre, however, the goal is create something cinematic. You choose the camera, the style, and the subject. Keep in mind, your film will be judged on its cinematic merits – taking into account, story and execution, technical details, camerawork, lighting and editing technique.
- Perhaps you will submit a killer music video, an amazing selection of timelapse images, a short horror movie, a comedy, documentary, experimental – whatever you like. So long as your production is longer than 1 minute and shorter than 5 minutes, and created with cinema technique in mind, then we want to see your work!