Minneapolis-based production company Runner Runner won Chapter 2 with their submission entitled “Job Security” (Josh Thacker, Director/Creative and Brian Slater, Editor/Creative). The short film was one of 112 entries submitted for Chapter 2.
Chapter 3 has now started, based on the final still of “Job Security” and entries will accepted through March 22, 2010. What story to you see beyond this latest still?
We’ve been on pins and needles, but the five finalists for Chapter two of Canon and Vimeo’s “The Story Beyond the Still” have been announced. Voting is now open to the public, and only one can be the winner!
To check out all five and vote, please visit the contest homepage: http://vimeo.com/groups/beyondthestill
We’ve also included the five finalist videos below, but remember, you have to go to the contest website to vote!! Please note that these are in no particular order.
Canon has teamed up with video sharing community Vimeo.com, Grey Advertising and Pandemic Labs to present “The Story Beyond the Still”, the first contest of its kind to incorporate user-generated HD video content into a single collaborative project.
“The Story Beyond the Still” challenges photographers to interpret a still image and communicate the story behind it using high definition video. The winning entry from each segment of the six-part contest will set the still image to be interpreted in the following chapter. The story begins with a video shot by acclaimed photographer and Canon expert Vincent Laforet, entitled “The Cabbie.”
Five finalists will be selected for each chapter by a panel of judges that includes Rick McCallum (Producer, “Star Wars”), Russell Carpenter (Director of Photography, “Titanic”), Rodney Charters (Director/Director of Photography, “24”), Shane Hurlbut (Director of Photography, “Terminator Salvation”), Stu Maschwitz (Senior Visual FX Supervisor, “The Spirit”), Blake Whitman (Director/Editor, founder of Vimeo.com), Nick Childs (Director/Producer/VP of Grey Advertising), Director/Director of Photography Philip Bloom, and Mr. Laforet. Entries will then be voted on by the public to produce a winner. The creator of each winning chapter will each receive a prize package that includes a choice of Canon EOS 7D or 5D Mark II, a choice of select Canon lenses, a trip to shoot short film with Vincent Laforet, and a year-long Vimeo Plus membership.
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