Competition seeks inspiring creatives
A competition to seek inspiring amateur and professional creatives has been launched by external storage company G-Technology, giving hopefuls the chance to win 5,000 Euros.
The brand has announced that its Driven Creativity 2012 awards competition, which is aimed at those who work in, or have a passion for film, photography, music or animation, is now open for submissions.
Winners and runners-up will receive premium, cutting-edge G-Technology external drives and the overall winner of all categories will walk away with a grand prize of 5,000 Euros to help to fund their next project.
Entrants looking to enter the competition, which initially launched in 2012 and is now in its third year in Europe, should visit www.G-Technology.eu/competition
Entering Creative Masterpieces
Submissions must be made through the official G-Technology website. Contest categories include both amateur and professional short film, photography, music, animation, and a short video category with content captured using a GoPro™ wearable or gear-mountable camera. Entrants must also explain what ‘drove’ them to create the piece being submitted and how they would use the prize fund to develop their next creative project. Full competition rules, terms and conditions can be found at the www.g-technology.eu/competition/en/rules_en.
Entry is free and open to residents in United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden and Russia and only original work created is eligible for submission. The entry period closes at midnight on 24 September 2012, with the category winners and runners-up announced on 12 October 2012 and the overall winner announced at the gallery exhibition in London in November 2012 and on the website the following day
Work will be judged for its uniqueness, quality, creativity and the resourcefulness ploughed into achieving the end result. The competition will recognise both established and up-and-coming talent, with all entrants having a chance of winning, regardless of size and budget within each category.
The general public will judge the competition submissions online throughout the entry period, with finalists from each category then being judged by the G-Technology jury panel. The jury panel will consist of experts in their field and will include some G-Technology G-Team ambassadors, who will be contributing hints and tips to the entrants and wider creative community about what they will and won’t be looking for in each submission, reflecting on what creative techniques and projects inspire them.
G-Technology will celebrate, promote and showcase the successful work of the overall winner and the finalists at a gallery exhibition in London in November 2012. This will include a private opening evening at an exclusive venue, bringing together the successful entrants, competition judges, G-Technology representatives and members of the press.
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