We've teamed up with HTC and Dirty Epics to give away some fab prizes...
Calling all filmmakers, music fans, videographers, animators and illustrators! Hot Press and HTC have teamed up with the Dirty Epics to give one talented individual the chance to have their work seen by music lovers worldwide...
TAKE ONE! The Hot Press - HTC Music Video Project gives you the chance to create the official music video for the Irish foursome. It’s a search for real talent, with a twist – you’ll shoot the video using HTC’s groundbreaking camera technology on the award-winning HTC One handset.
The winner will: Collaborate with Dirty Epics, one of Ireland’s hottest bands, win the award-winning HTC One and €2,000 cash AND see their music video broadcast on a global stage!
To enter, simply log onto [link]www.hotpress.com/htctakeone[/link], have a listen to ‘Those Pretty Things’ by Dirty Epics and submit a storyboard or between four and 18 images with some narrative. We’re leaving the concept up to you – the more creative and imaginative the better....
Two finalists will then be selected by a judging panel and each will receive a budget of €1,000, a HTC One handset complete with the state-of-the-art camera and a training tutorial to get the best out of this amazing phone.
The completed music videos will be put to a public vote and the winning creation will be seen around the world as Dirty Epics’ official ‘Those Pretty Things’ video. The winner will also receive €2,000 and a dedicated PR and social media campaign to highlight their work.
Reckon you’re up to the challenge? Well then, get submitting!
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