We know you have a favorite movie scene in your head that you’re craving to re-create in your own way. So what are you waiting for? Do it now and prizes galore are waiting for you!
Like to recreate the look of A Clockwork Orange’s mischievous droogs? How about John Wayne’s Westerns or Chaplin’s monochrome classics? Or god forbid you want to coat yourself in glitter and proclaim to the world that you’re Edward from Twilight? Show us in pictures!
Lomography together with MUBI, our online cinema partner, want to you to visualize and recreate your favorite scenes from the movies. It could be something from the Criterion Collection or the most romantic movie known to man. Just as long as its inspired from one of your favorites, we’d love to see it! Please make sure to add the title of the movie to your submission so that everything is clear.
Here’s a little something to inspire you guys! No big budget required!
1st: Mystery product (sorry we can’t give you any details yet!) + 1 year subscription to Mubi (where you can watch unlimited movies, please check out their website for more info)
2nd: Sling Bag + 1 year subscription to Mubi
3rd: 3 pack Lomography Film + 1 year subscription to Mubi
Film/Camera Type: Any analogue photo not digitally enhanced or manipulated. Please keep in mind of our movie recreation theme.
Upload Limit: 10 photos
Minimum Photo Dimensions: Submissions must be at least 768px in either width or height.
Meta data must be completed (Title, camera, film, location & 3 tags)
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