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G-Technology Driven Creativity Competition 2010

Are you a driven creative? Have your hard work and creative passion rewarded with a G-Technology G-Raid drive or a massive €5,000 towards your next project.

Unlike other creative competitions, you will be rewarded not just for the aesthetic qualities of your entry but also for the invention and drive which went into creating it.

Submissions are encouraged across the fields of photography, music and filmmaking in both Professional and Amateur categories. Besides great prizes, best entries will go on display at an exclusive exhibition at London’s Brick Lane Gallery in November 2010.

Objective

There are just two categories, Amateur and Professional – recognising the creativity of both established and up-and-coming talent. Enter your best work and tell the world about what went into producing it. Work will be judged by the G-Technology jury on uniqueness, creativity, quality and determination.

  • Photography Entries:
    • Enter just one picture in JPEG/PNG format, with a maximum file size of 2MB.
  • Film/Animation Entries:
    • Submit a link to your film entry (short or feature film) via a reference video uploaded by you to youtube.com, myspace.com, vimeo.com or video.google.com. A full-length version of the film should also be posted on a DVD to:
      Stephanie Reed, The Liquid Way, 8 North Street, Guildford, Surrey GU1 4AF, UK.
  • Music Entries:
    • Enter one submission only of a music file via the online link in the application form to a reference music file hosted on the 3rd party sites soundcloud.com or podomatic.com

Prizes

Overall winners in each category of photography, music and filmmaking in both Professional and Amateur entries will each receive a 4TB G-RAID – the highly acclaimed professional high-performance dual-drive storage system from G-Technology.

Winners and highly commended work will be exhibited in an exclusive exhibition at the Brick Lane Gallery in London.

Rules

  • The G-Technology Driven Creativity Competition 2010 is only open to individuals resident in the UK, France and Germany.
  • Entry is free and you can enter only one submission in photography, film or music.
  • Only work created in 2009 or 2010 is eligible.
  • A shortlist of entries will be taken from the top rated creative with the final winners and runners-up entries in each category decided by a panel of creative industry experts.

How to enter?

Register on the official website and submit your entries.