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Have An Imagination? Maybe Turn This Plight Into Film?

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Have An Imagination? Maybe Turn This Plight Into Film?

Post by Guest on Sat Jun 25, 2011 12:50 am

Check this Ron Howard challenge. Just maybe? It's definitely an idea...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHeYtOUb8SY&feature=player_embedded

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Post by Angelicrisis on Sat Jun 25, 2011 1:26 am

I like it. I've already seen some brilliant ( although disturbing ) photos that would inspire this man. Not to mention the plight of the 99ers is something that is so politically universal, the possibilities are endless.

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Post by Guest on Sat Jun 25, 2011 3:07 am

Angelicrisis wrote:I like it. I've already seen some brilliant ( although disturbing ) photos that would inspire this man. Not to mention the plight of the 99ers is something that is so politically universal, the possibilities are endless.

Angel, thank you so much for what you've said.

I have to be a bit apologetic at the moment because I've read the rules and deadlines in particular and I'm a bit deflated. Seems we missed the deadline as I'll paste below but I still think that this has merit and promise. The deadline is past and the rule is one picture. I can compile thousands of "pictures" into one huge singular picture.

Please everyone start imagining one very large digital picture, with a composition of a thousand people, digital picture with all individuals from all walks of life with a small sign hanging in a face/shoulder.arm shot saying:
1. I Am Unemployed
2. "whatever you would like to communicate"

If I get enough feedback, tomorrow I'll state what together we agree on, and a huge PDF one print will be useful, if not for Ron this time around, but for many other avenues. I'll need your permission to use the photo, and I'll send back confirmation that I've received your contribution.

And think about visiting the current unfortunate living under bridges. Catch their story. Listen to them and give them hope. Bring back their story, but with respect and taste.

I dare you (friends)! I double dare you.

I'll make it happen and everyone contributing will be credited. Stay tuned and thanks.
Jeff


within or excluded, thanks to oppie!

Welcome to Project Imagin8ion, the first user-generated photo contest in history to inspire a Hollywood short film.

Over the next month, Ron Howard, with the help of Canon and the Project Imagin8ion community will select 8 imaginative photos to set the stage for his next production. These 8 winning photos will inspire the 8 movie themes for this film: setting, time, character, mood, relationship, goal, obstacle and the unknown

HOW CAN YOU ENTER PROJECT IMAGIN8ION CONTEST?

1. Select a category to which you would like to submit your photo.

a. You may submit photos to the Setting, Time, Character and Mood categories from May 22nd through June 2nd

b. You may submit photos to the Relationship, Goal, Obstacle and The Unknown categories from June 3rd through June 14th

2. Upload your photo. As a reminder, you may upload a maximum of FIVE photos per category.

a. Easily upload a photo from your computer or select from your Facebook photos or Flickr photos.

b. Photos must be original and owned by the entrant and cannot have been previously published or won any award and cannot depict or refer to any brand trademark other than Canon. The photograph cannot contain any material that is offensive or that promotes a political agenda. If the entry identifies or depicts any person other than yourself, you must have prior to submission obtained such person’s written consent to the use.

c. Please refer to the Official Rules for complete photo guidelines.

3. Join the Canon community to shape Ron’s short film by visiting the site to see if you are a semi-finalist and vote for the photo that inspires you most!

HOW AND WHEN WILL PHOTOS BE JUDGED?
ENTRY PERIOD ONE
ENTRY PERIOD TWO

Setting, Time, Character and Mood

Entry Period: May 22 through June 2

Relationship , Goal, Obstacle, The Unknown

Entry Period: June 3 through June 14
ROUND ONE
30 Semi-Finalist Photos will be selected by Canon Experts and announced on June 6, 2011.
30 Semi-Finalist Photos will be selected by Canon Experts and announced on June 18, 2011.
ROUND TWO

7 Finalists will be selected by you through online voting!

Log on between June 6 and June 11, 2011 to vote for the photo that you find most imaginative and inspiring and best overall.

Three (3) additional Finalist photos per theme will also be selected by Canon experts.

7 Finalists will be selected by you through online voting!

Log on between June 18 and June 23, 2011 to vote for the photo that you find most imaginative and inspiring and best overall.

Three (3) additional Finalist photos per theme will also be selected by Canon experts.
ROUND THREE

The Grand Prize photo for each theme (four per entry period) will be selected by Ron Howard.

Grand Prize winners will be announced in late- July. Stay tuned!

The Grand Prize photo for each theme (four per entry period) will be selected by Ron Howard.

Grand Prize winners will be announced in late- July. Stay tuned!

WHO CAN ENTER?

You must be 18 years of age or older and a legal resident of the fifty United States or the District of Columbia to enter the Project Imagin8ion Contest.

WHAT DO I WIN?

Eight grand prize winners (one per theme category) will have their photo used as inspiration for an element of the film plus they will win a trip to New York City for the film’s premiere, a selection of Canon photographic equipment and a chance to meet with Ron Howard! Click here for complete prizing details.
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