GripUp Movie Master Award At Camerakings we get the chance to meet and speak to lots of our subscribers and customers, we love hearing about your projects and the work you’re doing but we want more. We want to not only see the pieces you’re creating but to share them with the thousands of other filmmakers that are part of the CameraKings network. So in the coming weeks, we are launching a customer spotlight section of our blog as well as running the Movie Master Award a filmmaker competition to showcase the talented work created by you. A Filmmaker Competition For Everyone Student, amateur or professional we want entries from you all. If you have made a short film under 15 minutes within the last year then it’s eligible for the Movie Master Award and don’t worry if you’re still shooting or have only written the working title as we will be running a number of these throughout the year. What Do I Win? The winner will get a Blue Peter badge (that’s a lie) and the following prizes: Featured on the CameraKings website, alongside a Q&A detailing their project. Have their project shared with thousands of filmmakers via our newsletter & social channels. Win our brand new CameraKings Film Maker trophy. See our previous filmmaker competition winners When is the next deadline? 18th May 2016 – VIEW WINNER Wednesday 31st August 2016 Submit Your Movie Now! Simply fill in the information below and we will contact the winner shortly after the deadline. Your Name Your Email Name of your Film Link To Your Movie - Youtube/Vimeo/Wetransfer Tells Us About Your Movie Terms & Conditions: One (1) entry per person. The film should be no longer than fifteen (15) minutes long. The submitted film should be no more than one (1) year old. Attached video files or links to filesharing sites will not be accepted, only links to YouTube or Vimeo will be accepted (please provide a password if protected). If you do not wish to have the full-length film shared because of commitments to other competition, we are happy to just present the trailer. Directors must also submit information on core production members, including D.O.P, sound and cast. CameraKings will have permission to use footage and photos from winning films to promote the business.