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  • World Cup 2014: Chevrolet Video Contest – $8,000
    Posted March 10th, 2014 at 8:25 am

    There’s no better time to celebrate soccer than 2014…the year of the World Cup. MOFILM has partnered with Chevrolet for their World Cup Experience 2014 which promises to generate some great video content and send you across the world in the process. With Brazil being a stage for the largest soccer festival this year, Chevrolet believes there are other places all over the world that live and breathe this sport every single day.

    Chevrolet is challenging you to create a film celebrating spots where soccer means everything and makes the viewer feel the power of the game in this particular place. Show them where it’s World Cup all year long. It’s all about community, so help the audience feel that connection in your film.

    $8,000 is on the line along with a once in a lifetime trip for 2 to Brazil to attend a World Cup game. 2nd and 3rd place will receive $4,000 and $2,000 respectively. Head over to the contest page and download the creative brief today!

    16+, 60 seconds, Deadline: May 26th 2014


  • “Big Ass Fans” Video Contest – $5,000
    Posted March 7th, 2014 at 8:00 am

    I’m not sure if we are ready for the summer heat, but it’s nice to know that Big Ass Fans have us covered once we get there. The high end fan company has teamed up with Zooppa to bring you an awesome new video contest that’s sure to get your cameras fired up. The good news? You don’t need the product to get started. The even better news? The grand prize entry takes home $5,000!

    To enter, create a 15-30 second video that shows the various scenarios in which one might need Big Ass Fans’ Haiku to beat the heat in a humorous, entertaining or even edgy way. Since Big Ass Fans’ Haiku is not available in retail stores, you will need to use a placeholder (different ceiling fan, light bulb, x marks the spot) to represent the Big Ass Fans’ Haiku. If your video is chosen as one of the top 6 finalists, you may be shipped a Haiku, with which you will be required to re-shoot the shots that feature the device.

    Zooppa has included the following sample ideas for you to think about. Of course, going original will always be your best bet.

    • Everything is melting in your house – Candles, ice cream, even you! Show how only the Big Ass Fans’ Haiku can help beat the heat!
    • Total anarchy has hit your town and everything is ablaze. The only refuge is in your living room, where the temperature is just right thanks to Big Ass Fans’ Haiku.
    • Showcase the crown jewel of your business – Big Ass Fans’ Haiku and all the perks that come with being the coolest place in town
    • It’s only obvious we want you to have fun, so why not do it using the company’s amazing name, “Big Ass Fans”

    There is a $15,000 prize pool which breaks down to: 1st $5,000, 2nd $4,000 3rd $3,000, 4th$1,500, 5th $1,000 and 6th $500. With odds like those, don’t even think about skipping this one. Head over to the contest page now!

    All Ages, 30 seconds-, Deadline: March 13th 2014


  • “Hapless and Hopeless” Video Contest – $1,000
    Posted March 5th, 2014 at 1:00 am

    Some people have all the luck and some people are just hopeless.  Things never go their way in life and it seems as if they are destined to live in a really sad story. And while this sort of existence is not typical for the makings of a video contest, ProjectED has pulled some great descriptive words out of it to help you get creative and educate the masses. Enter, the “Hapless & Hopeless” video contest!

    To enter, select one of the following words: dishevelled, erratic, stoop shouldered, gruff, sullen, unsavory, seedy, rumpled. Create a short 1 minute or less video that effectively and creatively teaches the meaning of the word. Think you got it? You must display the word, part of speech, definition, and an example sentence on the screen at appropriate points during your video. Check out ProjectED’s VIDEO LIBRARY to get some inspiration for your entry.

    2 lucky winners will receive $1,000 for his or her winning video (1 under 18 and 1 over 18). They have added a “Word Winner” category as well which will go to submissions that convey definitions exceptionally well. Word Winners will be chosen by ProjectED’s panel of judges. Head over to the contest page and get started today!

    13+, 1 minute-, Deadline: March 31st 2014


  • “Rhythm & Raven” Video Contest – $1,500
    Posted February 24th, 2014 at 11:54 pm

    Alright guys and gals, it’s time to put some rhythm in your video! The folks at ProjectEd have an exciting new contest for you that promises to pay big…but only if you can fire on all creative cylinders. They’re looking for video submissions that give Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven” a whole new spin. Using verses from “The Raven,” create a video of you reciting, singing, or rapping the poem in a rhythm that will make people want to hear it over and over again…aka radio catchy!

    The challenge will be in keeping the poem untouched, meaning you aren’t allowed to repeat words or lines to fit your rhythm. ProjectEd wants you to stay true to Poe’s original rhyme and verse. And don’t be worried about the production quality of the music. As long as your rhythm and flow are on point, you have a chance to win.

    ProjectED is going to be awarding $1,500 to a lucky winner in the 18+ category and the 13-17 category as well. Be sure to read all the details on the contest page to get started. We can’t wait to see what you come up with!

    13+, 60 seconds-, Deadline: March 20th 2014


  • “Bad Guys” Video Contest – $1,000
    Posted February 21st, 2014 at 8:25 am

    It’s time to fire up your video camera and celebrate the bad guy! Wait, what? That’s right. Project ED has unleashed a video contest that is themed around the most interesting part of a story…the villain. They’ve compiled a list of words to select from and it’s up to you to bring them to life!

    To enter, choose one of the following: opportunist, corruptor, villain, churl, foe, braggart, tyrant. Based on the definition from the contest page, create a short video that visually represents the meaning of the word. You must display the word, part of speech, definition, and an example sentence on the screen at appropriate points during your video. Check out this finalists from the “Affect Vs. Effect” contest to get an idea. You can also find more samples HERE.

    If selected, you will go on to win the grand prize of $1,000! Finalists will also take home a $200 cash prize. Plus, because it’s Project ED, your video will go on to be used in the education field. Good luck!

    13+, 60 seconds-, Deadline: March 18th 2014


  • 2014 Herman Miller Student Video Contest – $2,500
    Posted February 17th, 2014 at 7:50 pm

    Whether for college or for fun, it seems that everyone is taking online courses these days. So how can you make a case for a college campus when you seemingly have the ability to learn anything from anywhere and anytime. Welcome to the “Herman Miller Student Video Contest.” Grab your video camera and create an entry that shows why students continue to be drawn to campuses for learning and interaction.

    Your submission can be humorous or serious, but should be creative and original. This Contest is open only to active full-time students currently enrolled in a 2-4 year college or university in the U.S. and Canada. Check out Tim Shouder’s 1st place entry from 2013 to get an idea of what is required.


    The contest will be awarding 3 winners overall. A 1st place entry will take home $2,500 while 2nd and 3rd will receive $1,500 and $1,000 respectively. Check out the contest page below and be sure to read the rules and fine print. Happy filming!

    College Students, 2-3 minutes, Deadline: March 21st 2014


  • Entrances and Exits GIF Contest – $200
    Posted February 13th, 2014 at 10:17 am

    You may have noticed that Project ED has recently been launching some cool GIF contests alongside their educational video contests. We are really excited to see these since it’s a great way to create an animated entry that doesn’t require a ton of video editing time. So get back in GIF making mode because the “Entrances and Exits” contest has just dropped and we want to make sure you have a great shot at winning!

    Project Ed has created a list of vocabulary words that focus on movement. Since they say a single movement can express 1,000 words, it’s important to know how to properly use each one. After you select one,  create an original GIF animation that creatively conveys the meaning of the word while also displaying the word, part of speech and definition. Check out this great example.

    The company is giving away $200 for the top entry and $50 for all finalists. Happy GIFing!

    13+, 2 mb-, Deadline: March 10th 2014


  • Zest “Indulge Yourself” Video Contest $10,000
    Posted February 10th, 2014 at 12:00 am

    “You’re not fully clean unless you’re Zestfully clean.” It’s a classic advertising tagline that’s hard to forget and has defined the Zest soap brand for millions of customers. For 2014, the company is looking to reposition itself yet again. This time, they are looking to target woman. Many woman currently perceive Zest to be a deodorizing “male” soap that is “not for me” and “dries skin”. This couldn’t be further from the truth with the introduction of their new Creamy Cocoa Butter & Shea Moisturizing Body Wash and Bar Soap. Gather up some ideas and grab those cameras!

    Zest is looking for videos that entices women to try their new line of Creamy Cocoa Butter soap. The TONE should be slightly high-end/luxurious, but not over the top as Zest is still a value brand. Some humor is fine, as long as it is tasteful and on-brand (i.e. no “slapstick” or inappropriate humor). Check out some Zest commercials below for brand reference.

    2013 Zest Commercial

    Zooppa is paying out big for this contest too! A $15,000 prize pool is up for grabs and promises $10,000, $3,000 and $2,000 to it’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd place videos respectively. Keep in mind that the products have not been released yet, so you will need to request a creator kit from in order to get started. Head over to the contest page below. Good luck!

    14+, 15-30 seconds, Deadline: February 18th 2014


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