Terracotta Festival’s “Asia In London” Short-Film Competition Information

The Terracotta Far East Film Festival is a month away and the line-up of films will be released tomorrow. I have been a bit tardy in posting this information on a short-film competition with the awesome prize of a trip to Hong Kong but there is still plenty of time left to enter.

Here are the details:

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Terracotta Festival’s “Asia In London” Short-Film Competition, in association with Cathay Pacific

Terracotta Festival, in association with Cathay Pacific, present an exciting competition to win a trip to the vibrant city of Hong Kong.

Terracotta are partnering with Cathay Pacific to celebrate the launch of their 5th daily London Heathrow to Hong Kong flight. Accommodation is provided by the five star Design Hotels ™ member, The Mira Hong Kong.

To enter the competition, make and submit a short film on the theme: “Asia In London”. The film must last no more than 3 minutes in length.

Submissions are open from Tuesday 23 April and close at 12 noon 20 May.

A panel of judges including guest directors and actors attending Terracotta Festival 2013 will select the winning entry, and the winner notified by 30 May.

The winning entry will enjoy an Official World Premiere screening at Terracotta Festival and a prize presentation ceremony.

The prize consists of:

• 2 Cathay Pacific Economy class return flights from London Heathrow to Hong Kong

• 3 nights stay at a Design Hotel The Mira Hong Kong including daily breakfast for two

• Winning entry to have an Official World Premiere screening at Terracotta Festival 2013

The competition is open to all UK residents aged 18 or over. Full terms and conditions apply.

To find out more, head over to the site.

14 thoughts on “Terracotta Festival’s “Asia In London” Short-Film Competition Information

    1. Not this year. I’m trying to stay on track with a number of things so I wouldn’t be able to put my all into a film. That written, it has inspired me a little to consider picking up a camera and filming something instead of just writing about films!

      1. I shared this post to two young directors I know, hope they can come up with something.

        Maybe you can still do it Jason 🙂
        The only video I ever made was of my turtles. I will stay in writing about film 😉

      2. It’s all a matter of time. I’m getting increasingly ambitious, I just need to make time.

        That video of the turtles could be the first step on the way to a film career!

      3. Hay, just keep going and you’ll get there! As for this video, great use of on screen text to help create a narrative and some interesting editing techniques. You just need to tighten up the pacing 😉 Nice video. That is a very obedient turtle!

      4. I still write/share memory of her in my turtle’s blog.
        I don’t want to sound like a person lingering in the past but I just don’t feel it’s fair to just forget about her in a blog made for her and my other turtle.

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