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Aspire to be the next Steven Spielberg?

Here is your chance to move your passion further! Back for a second year round, The Originals Get Reel Contest is here to provide you with a platform to showcase your originality and creativity through the production of your very own trailer.

The winner of The Originals Get Reel Contest will have the grand opportunity to have his/her trailer screened in cinemas islandwide!

Simply form a team of not more than 5 members (if you are keen to pursue this contest solo, that is permitted as well), and create an ORIGINAL 30-second trailer that reflects the theme: “Support Originality, Reject Piracy”.

Registrations for The Originals Get Reel Contest closes on 12 August 2011, so it’s time to get cracking if you’re in it to make your mark on the silver screens!

To register or to simply find out more, visit: www.hipalliance.com or www.facebook.com/HIPalliance

Please note that you must be aged 18 – 26 (as of 1 January 2011) to participate in this contest.

Attractive Prizes to be won:

1st Prize: $1500 worth of gift vouchers and software products

2nd Prize: $1200 worth of gift vouchers and software products

3rd Prize: $800 worth of gift vouchers and software products

Special Promotion: Be the first 10 teams to sign up and receive a $30.00 shopping voucher!

The final trailer must be submitted to the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) via snail-mail or hand delivery at the following address by 23 Sep 2011, 11.59pm:

Intellectual Property Office of Singapore
Attn: Public Outreach Department
51 Bras Basah Road #04-01
Plaza by the Park
Singapore 189554

What’s more! HIP Alliance, the organizers of the contest will be holding a workshop in August 2011 to help participants in their quest to produce their anti-piracy trailer. (An update of the workshop will be sent directly to participants upon registering)

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