Winner gains FREE entry into the Orlando 48 Hour Film Project. Kickoff July 15.
Winner announced in July 12 newsletter, distributed to 90,000 industry subscribers
Winners announced on The Prospective, ProHUB’s leading industry blog.
Mention in ProHUB’s popular social media channels (min. reach of 25K industry followers)
Mentioned in press release that will be featured on our site
Winner's badge to promote via website, emails (to be provided by ProHUB)
Winning video featured for an entire month on ProductionHUB
FREE featured profiles for all team members
Contest Deadline: Wednesday, June 29
Winner(s) Announced: Friday, July 1
Upload your video on the ProductionHub Facebook and/or Instagram pages
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Link to your video on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram and tag @ProductionHUB with the hashtag #OURlando and #Orlando48HFP.
Free to enter
Video must be 48 seconds (no more, no less)
Tag @ProductionHUB on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram, use hashtag #OURlando and #Orlando48HFP to be considered. Chances of winning are increased if the picture or video is on more than one channel with the MOST likes.
Contestants may promote their video entry more than once, but please no more than once per day.
Videos will be judged on the following criteria: creativity & effectiveness in demonstrating your view of Orlando and viewer popularity
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