Listen up, aspiring filmmakers, because this is your time to shine.
The Bokeh South African International Fashion Film Festival has become one of the most creative and inspiring film festivals around.
The event, which has taken place in Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg every year since 2014, provides a world-class platform for local and international filmmakers, fashion designers and speakers to showcase their talents.
This year is particularly intriguing because Fitch & Leedes, crafters of fine mixers, have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for you.
They’re asking you to make a short film for the Bokeh Film Festival, using clever product placement and your quirky sense of humour, to tell the story of how Fitch & Leedes became the most inspirational mixer in the world.
Three finalists will be selected, each of whom will receive R25 000 for production, and the winning Fitch & Leedes fashion film will receive a whopping R75 000 in prize money.
Yes please – sign me up!
Click on the brief below for a larger version:
Pay attention to those dates, deadlines, and key requirements to ensure that you’re in it to win it.
If you need some inspiration, Fitch & Leedes have recommended the following visual examples:
The Tale of Thomas Burberry:
Introducing Mr Poilâne:
The Legend of Big John:
For further deets, you can visit the Fitch & Leedes Facebook page and check out their pinned post.
There is also a free Fitch & Leedes gin and mixer tasting happening in the Cape Town CBD next week, for those who want to taste the bespoke mixers in fine company.
Go on, unleash your inner Spielberg and land that R75 000 prize for your troubles.
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