Submit a Film for the Big Shots Competition for free – Deadline= 2 November

Big Shots Super8 CompetitionSuper8 Shots 2012 features a short film competition. Prizes includes over €1000 worth of Super8 equipment, Filmstock, processing coupons and telecine services to Full HD offered by Super8 Ireland and our other sponsors.

We are now accepting submissions of films shot on 8mm. Films should be between 1 and 15 minutes in duration and preferably created in 2009, 2010, 2011 or 2012. Both 8mm and digitized 8mm formats accepted. See the full terms and conditions below.

The deadline for submissions is Friday 2 November 2012 at 5pm.

Entries can be sent ELECTRONICALLY to the following address:

competition – AT – super8shots – DOT – com

ANY FILE LARGER THAN 10Mb should be shared via DropBox or other free online servers.
Just create a free Dropbox account and send us an invite to your dropbox folder containing your submission film.

The deadline for submissions is 5pm on Friday 2 November 2012
Submissions can be made in both 8mm and digital formats.
Where high res film are available, email submissions are acceptable with links/attachments of work.
- Any genres are accepted (documentary, fiction, experimental, music videos, etc.).

- The Festival accepts only films which have been shot on 8mm film format (Super8, Single, Normal8)
- Entries should be no longer than 15 minutes with a preference of movies under 10 minutes. Only one entry per applicant will be accepted.
- Submissions may be on actual 8mm film reels, but are also accepted in digital format (DVD image, .avi file, .mp4 file (h264) codec, quicktime .mov file). In other words, your film can also be digitally edited but all original content must be 8mm film.

While it is better to sent a high res link for the submission (until your film is approved), it is preferable to upload a high res version directly.

- Preference will be given to films shot within the last two years, although films shot earlier will also be considered.
- Submissions should include the date of the work, a short biography + synopsis of the film with your Email submission (ready for website if selected) (and images of work or links to where work can be viewed if available).

- Copyright for all sound and images should be cleared.
- Note that if you haven’t processed your super8 cartridge yet, you should allow for 12 days or so for film processing. Andec Film in Berlin, for instance, who process colour film twice a week and black&white once a week, can also do same day processing (as an option).

Entries will be selected by a film jury. All applicants will be notified by 10 November.

Submissions are free of charge.

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