NOMOS Super 8 Award
Posted 11 July 2005 - 05:17 AM
Super-8 ? still alive!
In order to promote Super-8 film and encourage people to make a "reel" film, the specialist publishing house Schiele & Schön organises the NOMOS Super-8 Film Award. The winner films will be shown at the Babylon cinema of Berlin on Nov 12th, 2005. The theme for your movie: "Super-8 is still alive!" Apart from our main sponsor, the designer watchmaker NOMOS from Glashütte/Saxony, Kodak, Wittner Kinotechnik, Robert Volz and the Beaulieu Cine Filmclub International also support this competition.
In no longer than five minutes, the films should tell a short story, showing that Super-8 is still alive and brings fantastic and very special results. There are no further restrictions. We accept Super-8 and Single-8 films, in colour or black and white, with or without sound. The prizes will be awarded through a jury. All films have to be sent to the editorial office of small format by October, 10th, 2005.
1 NOMOS Tangente Super-8 (? 800) & ? 500 cash
1 NOMOS Tangente Super-8 (? 800) & 1 gift coupon of Wittner Kinotechnik (? 250)
1 NOMOS Tangente Super-8 & 10 Kodachrome 40
20 Kodachrome 40 & 1 gift coupon of Wittner Kinotechnik (? 150)
20 Kodachrome 40 & 1 free subscription of small format for one year
Print out your registration form on www.schmalfilm.de or let us know that we should mail you the registration form: email@example.com, Editor of small format, Sierichstrasse 145, D-22299 Hamburg (Germany), Fax: +49-40-46885599. The NOMOS Super 8 Award is proudly presented and supported by:
small format Kodak Beaulieu Cine-Filmclub International Robert Volz Daniel Wittner Kinotechnik
NOMOS-Super-8 AWARD 2005
Dear Moviemaker! You want to join? We are looking forward to seeing your film! Please fill in the below form and send it back to us. In order to promote Super-8 film and encourage people to make a "reel" film, the specialist publishing house Schiele & Schön organises the NOMOS Super-8 Film Award. The winners will be shown at the Babylon Cinema in Berlin on November, 12, 2005. The theme for your movie: "Super-8 is still alive." Apart from our main sponsor, the designer watchmaker NOMOS from Glashütte/Saxony, Kodak, Wittner Kinotechnik, Mr. Robert Volz and the Beaulieu Cine Film Club International also support this competition. The first prize will be Euro 500 as well as a "Nomos Tangente" with a special Super-8 style strap (worth Euro 800).
In no longer than five minutes, the films should tell your story. There are no further restrictions. We accept Super-8 and Single-8 films, in colour or black and white, with or without sound. The prizes will be awarded through a jury.
Please ship your film early enough to meet our deadline Oct 10, 2005.
Given name, name : ____________________________________________________
Date of Birth : ____________________________________________________
Street, No., ZIP, City: ____________________________________________________
Phone and Mobile: ____________________________________________________
Title of film: ____________________________________________________
Summary of Contents: ____________________________________________________
Who was involved in ____________________________________________________
your movie and what ____________________________________________________
was his/her function? ____________________________________________________
Camera Model: ____________________________________________________
Sound (Stripe, CD, ____________________________________________________
Redaktion schmalfilm Phone: 040-46885512
Sierichstr. 145 Fax: 040-46885599
D-22299 Hamburg eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Beaulieu Filmclub International
Posted 18 July 2005 - 02:24 PM
Posted 21 August 2005 - 12:44 AM
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Posted 10 October 2005 - 11:52 AM
Posted 11 October 2005 - 01:12 AM
We do need all entries until the end of this week.
I sent my entry in via Fed-EX, it cost LESS than when I send VHS entries fed-ex to the Super-8 film festival in New Jersey! Pay your Fed-Ex to Germany with an Amex Card from the United States and get a 20% discount! Takes two days to get to Germany so one can ship as late as Wednesday and still get it to Germany by Friday. My package was very light (under 1/2 pound) because all I sent was two NTSC DVD's (one is a back-up) and the entry form. Don't get to FED-EX too late in the day because one has to fill out the customs form, no sense in cutting it too close to the wire for packages going international.