Ooh! I do like a good competition lad
You'll need to invent and build a clever contraption. This could be a labour-saving device, maybe one that wakes up Wallace or moves an object from A to B. Anything goes, as long as it meets the judges' criteria.
Once you've got your contraption up and running - film it working!
If you are struggling for ideas check out our Top Tips videos. >
Closing date for entries is 12th December 2010.
Your film must be no longer than 3 minutes.
The idea is to invent and build a working contraption and film it working for real.
We want to see you being hands on and engaging with technology rather than your animation skills.
Entries must be completely original and your own work.
We just need to see your contraption working. Don't worry, you don't have to be Steven Spielberg - we're not judging the film.
Just use your mobile phone, camcorder, or whatever filming device you like.
We accept the following file types: .wmv; .avi; .mp4; .mov; .3gp.
Your video must be no bigger than 65 MB.
You can upload your video to the website by completing the Submit Your Entry form Just follow the step by step guide
You can send us your video clip by post saved onto a CD or DVD.
Before sending please check the Terms & Conditions to ensure it meets our entry criteria.
If under 16 please download and fill out the following form and include it with your entry: Under 16's Entry Form .
If over 16 please download and fill out the following form and include it with your entry:
Over 16's Entry Form .
Please send your video clip to the following address:
Wallace & Gromit Competition
MC3 A1, 201 Wood Lane, London W12 7TS.
If you are having technical issues please contact the online team.
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Plus read the Terms and Conditions at
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