Through a short video, create a love letter to all the winter memories you had.
As the thick blankets of snow melts, the landscape slowly turns into green—a quiet announcement of the arrival of spring. What will you miss most about the cold winter days and how are you planning to spend the last days of it? Show us how you'll bid the season goodbye with a 10-second (or longer) video for a chance to win these prizes:
One winner of voucher worth 50 EUR for the Lomography online shop
Five winners of 25 piggies
This competition is open to all kinds of movies taken using the LomoKino (or other analogue movie cameras) and Lomography Art Lens, or images taken with a multi-lens camera that were edited as a short film.
Please submit a link to your entry on the comment section below.
Each user can submit up to 10 movies.
Sound may be included but please make sure you have the right to use the material.
Rumble will run until March 31, 2018.
This competition serves as the qualifying round for the Cinematics Award.
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