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BBC Big Screen, Norwich

Norwich Big Screen on Chapelfield Plain

Be a star of the Big Screen

Calling animators, film-makers, photographers, artists and storytellers. The Norwich Big Screen is ready to showcase work made in Norfolk. Find out how to submit your content.

The Norwich Big Screen, overlooking Chapelfield Plain, is hungry for content created in Norfolk to showcase to the thousands of people who pass it every day.

Becky Betts, the Big Screen producer for Norwich, oversees all programming decisions and submissions relating to local content. She's delighted at the material which has already been submitted.

"The creativity in Norfolk is outstanding, I've already seen a fabulous animation by Norfolk high school students and I can't wait for it to be shown on the screen," she said.

"The type of content we can show includes material from schools and colleges, universities, amateur film-makers, film-making collectives, animators, community groups and photographers," she added.

Submitting your work

All submissions will be considered on merit, but the screen cannot show commercial advertisements, hard-hitting campaign led content or films that include music which hasn't had copyright clearance.

The following PDF documents outline the Big Screen's editorial guidelines in more detail:

Scene from Branching Out by Sam Bedingfield

Student animations set for Big Screen

"We can accept material delivered on DV tape, DVD's and .jpgs - but we cannot screen content built as a Powerpoint presentation," said Becky.

"If people have got an an idea for the Big Screen the we'd love to hear from them."

The Norwich Big Screen is a partnership between the BBC, Norwich City Council and the London Organising Committee For The Olympic Games (LOCOG). It is one in a network of 17 screens across the UK.

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