Win $200 worth of Music Licensing credit in the Color Up Film Competition

FilmConvert has one guiding question in their upcoming Color Up Film Competition 2015Will you make the grade? 

Our friends at FilmConvert are going all out for their Color Up Film Competition 2015. They'll be showcasing innovative films by the FC User Community with submissions currently open until November 1st

Don't have a recent film to show? No worries, friend. You can submit a film that's been graded with FilmConvert and tell them how color has enhanced your story.

There are five categories for film submission: Wedding, Documentary, MusicCorporate and Creative/Story. We'll be providing a $200 independent Film Licensing credit to the winner of the 'Music' category and $100 Independent Film Licensing credit to the winners of all other categories.

You can also get elected to win the People Choice’s Award which will be selected by public vote. Once entries are closed,  the FilmConvert Team will choose the Top 50 entries. On the 4th of November they will announce the Top 50 and the Judges will then pick one winner for each category. The public also get to pick one winner from the Top 50 to win the People’s Choice Award. This will be chosen based on votes. All winners announced 17th November 2015.

We're honored to be involved in this competition and sharing company with FilmConvert as well as other sponsors such as Atomos, RØDE Microphones, Story & Heart, and Stillmotion.

Judges include Patrick Moreau from Emmy-Award Winning Stillmotion, Peabody Winning documentary filmmaker Emily McMillion, successful Director and Colorist Noam Kroll, and Co-Founder of Story&Heart and Emmy-Award Winner Justin DeMers.

For more information on the Color Up Film Competition, check out FilmConvert’s website.

Posted on October 27, 2015 and filed under Filmmaking.