CALL FOR ENTRIES –

SHORT FILM SUBMISSION FORM

 

Are you the next Spielberg, Lynch or Lucas?  At Zookastar we are celebrating all things brilliant about film and related media, and are looking for new talent from film makers across a wide range of genres.   Our 3 cinemas will program a variety of films, with the Short Film Competition shortlisted entrants’ films being shown, and the announcement of the overall winner at the festival by one of our special guests.  A prize of US $500 goes to the winning entry.

 

The winner will be announced in Spring 2014.

 



 

HOW to enter

Just fill in the form below and return to us, along with your short
film on PAL format DVD to enter.

ZOOKASTAR SUBMISSION FILM ENTRY

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CALL FOR ENTRIES -

MUSIC VIDEO COMPETITION

Zookastar are very excited to announce an exclusive competition in collaboration with Genero, with the chance for film makers to make an official music video for Tricky.  The winning videos will be announced on-line on 2nd November, with a screening of the shortlisted work in 2014..

 

The Brief

This is a huge opportunity to not only make the official music video for Tricky’s new track “Hey Love”, but to also get your work in front of a highly acclaimed judging panel and have your video screened at our special award event at Zookastar.

The creative direction is completely open – let this track speak to you and then get creative!

Deadline for submissions is 8 August 2013, 23:59 GMT time.

 

Awards & Judging

The winner will receive $3,000 with one runner up receiving $1,000!  Both videos will be screened at a special awards event at Zookastar in London in 2014.

 

The winner, runner up and finalists will be chosen by Tricky, Genero & our guest panel of judges:

Andy Morahan was at the centre of the music video revolution in the late 80’s, through the 90’s and into the new millennium. His list of directing credits includes a ‘who’s who’ of the rock and pop world: George Michael, Guns N’ Roses, Aerosmith, Michael Jackson, Van Halen, Bon Jovi, Elton John, Paul McCartney, Billy Joel, Tears for Fears, AC/DC, Biffy Clyro… and many, many more.

Carrie Sutton has an esteemed career in music video, live concert production and music video commissioning, working with artists including Robbie Williams, Madonna, Pink Floyd, U2, Oasis, Pet Shop Boys, Take That, Beth Orton and many more. In her current role at production company HSI London she represents a quality roster of directors including Joseph Kahn, David LaChapelle, Douglas Hart, Jamie Thraves and Yoann Lemoine.

Julia Frost has worked as a commissioner and music video producer for many years with multiple award winning labels and artists; Island Records, Parlaphone, EMI, Polygram, Black Dog Films and many more too numerous to list. She has an excellent eye for spotting new talent, and has championed directors such as Jonathan Glazer and Jake Nava from their early days in music videos.

Outstanding videos will also be nominated for the 2013 Genero Awards.

Head over to Genero for more details…