IdeasTap | Creative Briefs: BFI Idents

January 8, 2013

Are you a young filmmaker, aged 16 to 25? We want you to pitch us your ideas for a themed version of the BFI’s moving ident that captures the spirit of BFI Future Film.

BFI Future Film, in partnership with Red Bee Media, is looking for the next generation of talented designers and filmmakers to create a brand new ident, or sting, that could be used to promote BFI Future Film events. One IdeasTap members will win the chance to realize their idea, with support from the BFI and Red Bee Media.

BFI Future Film is an annual festival and a monthly programme of events that enables 15-25 year olds to enjoy films and learn about working in the film and TV industries. Red Bee Media is a world-leading media company providing creative and technology solutions that help clients engage audiences in traditional and new ways.

Ideas will be judged on how they best reflect the aims and approach of BFI Future Film. Good ideas will be dynamic, engaging, entertaining and original – avoid obvious clichés relating to film and young people.

To enter you need to create a short video pitch, no longer than 60 seconds (for an ident that would last between 10-20 seconds), that best conveys your ideas of how the BFI Future Film ident should look.

Your ideas should be realistic and achievable, and you should have access to your own equipment and software. If you are selected as a winner you will need to be able to create your ident yourself (with mentoring support and guidance from BFI and Red Bee Media).

You can present your idea in anyway you choose. For example, it could be an animated storyboard of how your ident will look, or you could film yourself talking about your idea to camera. Be as inventive as you like!

via IdeasTap | Creative Briefs: BFI Idents.


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