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LAST CALL FOR ENTRIES TO UK’S FASTEST GROWING SHORT FILM COMPETITION

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Want to be in with a chance to have your film viewed by the major players in the film industry and win £10,000?  Then this is the last call for entries to the RSFC 2013 (reed.co.uk Short Film Competition).  Budding film makers have 6 weeks remaining to make a 3-minute film around the theme of AMBITION before the entry line closes on Thursday January 31st 2013.   The winners will be announced at a star-studded awards ceremony at BAFTA, the home of film, on 9th May 2013.

RSFC is open to absolutely everyone, so whether you have made a film before or are embarking on your first film making experience RSFC wants to hear from you.

reed.co.uk is committed to supporting new talent and provide opportunities for career development.  As part of this on going commitment, earlier this year former nominees Jonathan Brooks and Matt Laroche were hired by reed.co.uk to direct a commercial for their first major television campaign. Starring actor and comedian Rufus Jones (Hunderby) the campaign launched on primetime slots across all broadcast channels in the Autumn and will enjoy its second airing from 6th January 2013.

HOW TO ENTER

  • 1 Make a Film

Keep it short – 3 mins max – stick to the theme: ‘Ambition’

  • 2 Upload your short

Once you’re happy with the final cut, add it to YouTube / Vimeo

  • 3 Enter online

Submit your film before 31 January 2013 via http://www.reed.co.uk/film and share it on your favourite social networks

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About Soho Shorts

We celebrate the wealth of talent working across all genres of short format productions. For us that means anything under 45minutes including fiction, factual, animation, music video, and digital content in every degree. Year round Soho Shorts helps curate programme across the UK and internationally. Contact us if you want to team up.

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