Thursday, July 19, 2007

YouTube-Style Film Ad Contest

You may have heard about Nobscot's unique film marketing project/contest. Aspiring filmmakers and marketers are competing to create the best YouTube-style video on why people really leave their jobs.

The rules require that the video begins with a person or person-on-the-street being asked via voice-over: "Why did you leave your last job?" The filmmaker will then be able to use their own creativity to create a 30 second to 7 minute filmvertisement.

The winning entry will receive a $1000 award. The top 10 will receive honorable mention plus a $100. prize.

Nobscot is generating an incredible amount of interest in this and we are looking forward to seeing the results.

Below is the official notice. Pass it along to all your video-making friends.
YouTube Style Film Makers - How Good Are You?

Unique film and marketing project/contest. Design a YouTube-style advertisement and win $1000. We are looking for aspiring filmmakers to create a 30 second to 7 minute film advertisement. The format should be something along the lines of:

Person or person-on-the-street being asked (voice-over): "Why did you leave your last job?"

From there you can use your creativity and develop your own story.

The end should include a voice over or screen with:
"Find out why your employees are REALLY leaving."

And something that shows/says Nobscot Corporation http://www.nobscot.com

Please note that this is for business (professional) use by a company that makes exit interview software.

We will be awarding $100 each (and recognition) for the top 10 entries and $1000 (and lots of recognition) for the winning entry.

Entries will be judged on creativity, marketing applicability, professional quality (sound/visual).

Cartoon style may be accepted if professional and gets the message across.

Email questions, intent to participate (required) and link to your completed entry to:
WhyAreYouLeavingFilm@nobscot.com

Intent to Participate email must be received by July 31, 2007. Completed entry must be received by August 31, 2007.

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