Diane Pham

Submit Your Video Footage for a Nature Film by Imogen Heap!

by , 09/24/10
filed under: Announcements, Contests
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Sunday is your last chance to submit footage for ‘Love the Earth’!

This November, artist Imogen Heap will be performing at the Royal Albert Hall in London, conducting her latest score to a new nature film called ‘Love the Earth’. Instead of opting for a big-budget production, Imogen is asking YOU to take part in this incredible art project by submitting your favorite clips of nature in action. Whether it’s a simple shot of a flower in a crack, or trees swaying in the wind, this is your chance to be a part of a project that truly pulls creativity from every corner of the Earth. But that’s not all — if your clip is chosen and the film is released commercially, for every second of your footage used, you’ll get £15 plus an invitation to a private screening with the official recorded soundtrack. But don’t delay with your submissions — the last day to submit clips is this Sunday the 26th. For more information on the project click here!

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  1. Watch Imogen Heap's 'Lo... November 5, 2010 at 12:31 pm

    [...] This past September we asked you to submit awesome nature footage for a new film being made by artist and musician Imogen Heap. Imogen received numerous entries from around the world, and today she will be debuting her new film ‘Love the Earth’ at a concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London. But don’t think you have to board a plane to make today’s event – this global art project will be broadcast LIVE on the web from 2-8 pm (EST)! Click here for the live feed! [...]

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