Friday, April 30, 2010

Start breaking stuff....King Kong short film competition

Universal Studios Hollywood is running a short film competition with an $8,000 prize to promote the launch of the theme park's "King Kong 360 3-D" attraction.

The competition invites filmmakers to make a one-to-three minute film short that depicts the havoc Kong might wreak had he stomped though their hometowns as he makes his way back to Universal Studios Hollywood without revealing the figure's whole face or whole body in any of the scenes.

Entries can be submitted through June 7, 2010 and must include the following three key phrases for consideration: "King Kong 360 3-D," "Universal Studios Hollywood," and "Summer 2010." All entrants must be 18 years of age. Details and submission info can be found at

Eleven winning shorts will be announced on June 14, 2010. The winning film short will be awarded a grand prize of $8,000, with second and third place winning $3,000 and $1000, respectively. An additional $3,000 will be divided up among ten finalists voted by registered Zooppa users and Zooppa's creative staff.

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