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  • itsFILM.com Short Film Contest – Trip
    ItsFILM.com was created as an online news source for Hollywood and entertainment professionals and as a source of entertainment news and movie reviews for everyone else. The site has opened its call for entries for the 2013 "itsFILM.com International Short Film Competition" and there are so many categories there is no reason NOT to enter. Submit your short in the form of action/horror, comedy, drama, music video, animated, documentary or experimental. They are eager to find fresh new filmmaking...
  • Rio De Janiero 2013 Chevrolet Video Contest – $8,000 + Trip
    Chevrolet is back with another MOFILM video contest and this time the theme is "Seize the Everyday." With the help of their Cruze, Chevy wants you to create a film that showcases every day acheivements a person can have. From laughter to tears and everything in between, create a compelling story that will leave viwers wanting more. Whether it’s calling your significant other on the way home from landing a big, lucrative account for your firm (and getting big props from the boss); hosting yo...
  • Javi’s Salsa Video Contest – $2,500
    Great salsa can make a delicious meal amazing and I am definitely looking forward to trying Javi's brand. The company told us they were having a video contest and we were immediately excited...and hungry! The rules are simple: Submit a 30 second or 1 minute video describing the fresh taste Javi’s Authentic Mexican Salsa. The grand prize winner will not only receive $2,500, but also a contract to be the national spokesperson for Javi's. Two 1st runners-up will receive $1,000 and two second...
  • “The Force For Fun” Video Project Winners
    The results are in and Tongal's "Force For Fun" video project has officially come to a close. But not before some talented filmmakers receive their BIG cash prizes. Congratulations to the winners! $23,750 Winner - "Jim Vs. Vader" by Erik Beck, Justin Johnson, and team “The Indie Machines” "Jim Vs. Vader" BTS $9,500 Winner "Don't Hold Your Breath" by Colin Duffy and Matt Sklar "Don't Hold Your Breath" BTS $4,750 Winner - "Wookiee Mistake" by Jordan Allen, Brooke Dooley and L...
  • “Lego Hero Factory: Next Saga” Video Project – $100,000 Prize Pool
    Tongal has had some creative encounters with the Lego brand in the past, but this time it results in one of the largest prize pools both companies have ever had. Think of this project as a sequel to its first Lego Hero Factory project. The story behind this project is that Akiyama Makuro and the Lego Hero Factory are up against a ruthless army of evil brains that act as a parasite, inhabiting the bodies of innocent animals and turning them into powerful destructive villains. They can defeat the ...
  • 2013 Green-Go Film Contest – $450
    The call for entries in the "Green-Go Short Film Contest" has opened and looking for original, creative and strong messaged videos that focus on the subject of clean water. Can you change the world with one film? You can certainly open eyes with it. There are three categories to choose from: Life in plastic, it’s fantastic? - The waste we produce every day covers bigger and bigger areas of land and water in places where flora and fauna once flourished. Water – the drop of...
  • Gain “Laundry Rules” Video Project – $18,000
    While laundry is an important aspect of everyone's daily life, it's often overlooked. These days, men are doing just as much laundry as women and there are a lot of unspoken rules that go along with the process. The folks over at Gain have partnered with Tongal in hopes of finding unique and entertaining videos that will educate the public about these rules while showcasing the product's "Lift & Lock" technology. Create a 30-60 second video that highlights the technology through a guys' e...
  • ProjectED “Concrete Nouns” Video Contest – $1,000
    ProjectED is back with another awesome (yet educational) video contest. This time around, the team is asking you to create a music video that showcases the difference between abstract and concrete nouns. Concrete nouns are people, places and things that you can physically see and touch. Abstract nouns on the other hand, are emotional ideas that are intangible. Here are some examples: energy, ability, faith, luck, trust, curiosity and education. The best part of all? The song has already been wri...
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