The Newsnight Referendum Revue

What is inspiring you about the Scottish referendum debate?

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If you are finding inspiration in Scotland's Yes / No debate, then Newsnight wants to hear from you.

BBC Newsnight is on the hunt for great performances that address the issue of Scottish independence and the future of the United Kingdom, whether through stand-up routines, sketches, mini-musicals, poetry, songs or dance - anything goes as long as it's thought-provoking and entertaining.

We want you to send us a video taster, of up to 60 seconds, based on your Scottish referendum material.

Our favourite entries will have the chance to perform a longer version of their material on a live edition of Newsnight, broadcast from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe on Thursday 21 August 2014, in front of a panel of judges, with one act crowned winner.

So, to remind you of the criteria, your videos should be:

  • On the subject of Scotland's independence and the UK's future
  • No longer than 60 seconds
  • All your own work
  • Uploaded or emailed to us by Sunday 6 July 2014

You can upload your videos here - please be sure to mark them Newsnight in the subject field of the form.

Or, if you are making your film with Vine, you can email us a link to it at yourpics@bbc.co.uk - please be sure to mark your email Newsnight in the subject field.

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