The time of the year has come for you boys and girls to go crazy over 1 weekend to let your imagination run wild!! The fly by night Video challenge is here again!!!! Closing Date is real soon! For all video enthusiasts, budding filmmakers, or people who just want to have a whale of a weekend, do not miss this! :)
Dates: 30 Oct – 1 Nov 2009
Venues: Objectifs Centre for Photography & Filmmaking & The Substation
Facebook: Fly By Night Video Challenge
REGISTRATION OPENS 1 OCTOBER 2009 & CLOSES 25 OCTOBER 2009
Enquiries? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Expect the unexpected! Fly By Night the space for original voices in filmmaking.
A weekend of mayhem and magic! Bringing together a sizable group of filmmakers and enthusiasts, the
objective is to “make the video you have always wanted to make in one weekend”.
Fly By Night encourages creativity, absurdity, spontaneity and pure fun.
HOW IT WORKS:
Participants join in a group not more than 4 persons. A theme is given by the organisers at the common
meeting place on Friday and the race begins. Participants then spend the next 48 hours creating – shooting and editing.
Ten films selected by the judges receive $300/- each. The judges’ decision is based on the creators’ ability to make the most interesting work with limited time and money. Judges’ Choice will be announced 'live' on the Sunday night itself.
WHAT’S NEW IN 2009
We are inviting participants to Twitter and Facebook their journey!
Pre-Event Screening – 2008 Judges’ Choice Selection
Venue: Objectifs Centre for Photography and Filmmaking
Dates: 30 Oct 2009, Fri
Time: from 6pm
Friday, 30 Oct 2009
Objectifs Centre for Photography & Filmmaking, 56A Arab Street, Singapore 199753. For directions,
7.30pm: Opening the Fly By Night Video Challenge 2009. Topic is announced. The Challenge begins.
Saturday, 31 Oct 2009
Participants make their video.
Sunday, 1 November 2001
The Substation Theatre, 45 Armenian Street, Singapore 179936. For directions, visit www.substation.org
12pm. Submission of videos
2pm: Screening of all entries
Late: Judges’ awards announced