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Red Bull's challenge – join Reel Life 2008

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Red Bull's challenge to New Zealand’s filmmakers – join Reel Life 2008

Red Bull New Zealand would like to announce that entries are open now for Red Bull Reel Life, their very own online film project that will see one lucky creative take home a $10,000 grant.

The creative brief for Red Bull Reel Life is as broad as you choose make it, with organisers stating only that “you will have five weeks to harness your creativity and produce a short film up to 10 minutes long, about absolutely anything you like…”

Red Bull Reel Life is open to any aspiring or established filmmakers who think they can put their ideas into action for the world to see, and be judged.

Entrants are encouraged to spend time creating their masterpiece from now until 28th September, with the final cut for all submissions being the 29th September.

All entries will be uploaded to the Red Bull Reel Life website ready for viewing and judging, and the initiative is a great opportunity to showcase some of New Zealand's most innovative and ingenious individuals.

The winners will be chosen by respected industry judges from the 6th - 12th October, and the public will also vote on a people's choice award. The overall winner will receive a creative grant of $10,000 towards their next film, whilst the top ten entries will be screened on television and receive a year's supply of Red Bull in their very own personal Red Bull fridge!

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