Time to Shine: Short Movie Edition

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Ever wanted to work with the likes of Halle Berry, Adrien Brody, Jason Statham or Sam Riley? This is a competition that gives you the chance to be part of a film set in London!

Check this out, Lomography is inviting you to a once in a lifetime opportunity! Maggie Monteith, movie producer and CEO of the film platform Elensa.com, is currently looking for LomoKino short movie talents from all over the world to document the shooting of her upcoming film noir “Bone in the Throat” in London!

So, what do I get out of it?

A week you’ll never forget! Win a unique trip to the film set of “Bone in the throat” in London, document the shooting and if your material is good enough your work could get licensed and appear in the movie!

Sounds amazing! So what do I have to do?

Just send us your best analogue movie! If it gets selected by our jury, you’ll be on your way to be part of this incredible project!

So tell me, what type of analogue short movie are they looking for?

You are free to choose! Whether you hire Robert Pattinson for the leading role or let you best friend do it, just send us your best work to get your chance to shine with the stars!

And what’s this whole London Movie shoot about?

London in all it’s often foggy and mysterious beauty is the perfect place to shoot this upcoming film noir! Document the whole movie making process for one week by making your own short movie and if it’s good, your work will be licenced and credited in the film!

Competition details:

  • Post the link to your best analogue Short Movie in the comments below
  • Only one submission per person
  • 2 Grand prize winners will get to go to London and shoot their own short video! Flight and accommodation provided by Elensa.com included !
  • All movies should be 100% Analogue!

written by judithadam on 2013-01-24 in #competitions #art #films #moviemaking #elensa #prizes #120-films #win #35mm-films #lomokino #analogue-photography #movies #film-set #analogue-cameras #rumbles #trip

29 Comments

  1. undiscovered
  2. marjanbuning
  3. saracruz
    saracruz ·

    the movie can be made with a super8 camera?

  4. mok
  5. adamb26
    adamb26 ·

    www.lomography.hk/homes/adamb26/movies/1688-john-presnell-s… It's a music video, but tells a short story. :)

  6. kathepalacio
  7. sherman86
  8. 5am
  9. mrmaart
  10. shoujoai
  11. rybkstudio
  12. thesndx
  13. mok
  14. biciclettaverde
  15. artiach
    artiach ·

    Here we go, hope you like it :o)

    www.lomography.hk/homes/artiach/movies/2380-hermanas-lomoki…

  16. sobetion
  17. sobetion
  18. lakandula
  19. beemotion
  20. joffreybessoule
  21. nia_ffm
  22. blueskyandhardrock
  23. peterbalogh
  24. stouf
  25. -dakota-
  26. monshery
  27. arnaudmartin
    arnaudmartin ·

    www.lomography.hk/homes/arnaudmartin/movies/1361-the-incred… Ohohohohoho I think I'm too late... :(

  28. -dakota-
    -dakota- ·

    And the winners are.... ?????

  29. -dakota-
    -dakota- ·

    @judithadam

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