Digital Revolution Short Film Competition - the shortlist announced
We have to extend a huge thank you to all those creative and skilled individuals who put forward their films for the competition. We provided the rushes, but you have all provided a tremendous amount of effort and imagination to create a superb collection of films to genuinely enjoy viewing.
The shortlist of people whose film entries are going forward to the final judging stage are as follows:
Dimitra Nikitaki - Young People and Social Media
Alexander Urazov - Digital Revolution Trailer
Richard Adamson - Press Play To Start
Tom Dixon - Trailer for Digital Revolution
Naomi Desautels - The Internet: How It Is Planning To Overthrow The World And Kill Us All
Tamsin Comrie - Internet as Religion
Alex Hudd - The Digital Revolution
Matthew Keats - Future Web
Paul Wright - 01010010011001010111011001101111011011000111010101110100011010010110111101101110
Paul Carpenter - Digital Revolution Trailer
Steve Dean - Trapped in a Web
Tero Hiltunen - Craving Communication
Edward Sludden - Digital De-evolution
Mayowa Ojo - BBC The Web Promo
The shortlist will be taken to a judging panel consisting of BBC Factual Executive Producers Nick Mirsky and Dominic Crossley-Holland, and BBC Factual Multiplatform Executive Producer Julian Phillips, who will assess each film based on the judging criteria.
Winners will be contacted on 12 or 13 January 2010. If a selected entrant cannot be contacted after reasonable attempts have been made to do so, the BBC reserves the right to offer the prize to the next best entry.
Our competition winners have now been contacted. If you were shortlisted and haven't heard from us, unfortunately you are not one of the winners. However, thanks for entering the competition, and do watch this space - all the shortlisted films and trailers will be published on the blog in due course.