Create a Short Film About Hacking And Win 50,000 Euros With The Watch_Dogs Film Fest Competition

Ubisoft is organizing a Watch_Dogs film fest and they want you to be the director of a short movie about hacking! It will be a short film contest focused on hacking. Join and create your video to show them what you think Hacking Heroes are really about!

The contest will start on October 15th and it will last for 30 days. The jury will have three members and they are movie and video game experts. Louis Leterrier, Jonathan Morin and Thomas Geffroyd.  If you think you have what it takes, here are the mandatory rules :

MAKE A SHORT FILM FOCUSED ON THE THEME OF “HACKING HEROES”.

– The film must last from 5 seconds to 5 minutes,
neither more nor less.

– A smartphone must be involved into your movie
in one way or another.

– The film can be delivered in any format you want
(real footage, animation, whatever you want)

The Grand Jury prize winner will get 50,000 €

The Jury Coup de Coeur prize winner will get 10,000 €, Assasins Creed movie premier tickets x2, a Play Station pro, a Watch_Dogs 2 collectors edition and a Parrot Bebop 2 drone!

Public Vote Winner will get 5,000 € and a lot more prizes.

 

 

 

To enter the contest visit the film festival OFFICIAL WEBSITE

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One thought on “Create a Short Film About Hacking And Win 50,000 Euros With The Watch_Dogs Film Fest Competition

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