Entries for Stories in Motion short film competition are now open! Find out more information below, and enter before the 31st March 2024 for your chance to win. Good luck!
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1ST DECEMBER 2023
Are you a budding filmmaker between the age of 18-25? Enter now to be in with the chance of winning!
31st March 2024
Entries will close at midnight on the 31st March 2024, where our judges will begin the judging period.
6th APRIL 2024
The 5 shortlisted entries per category will be notified by email with an invitation to the Awards evening.
25TH APRIL 2024
We are excited to bring together all shortlisted entries for a film screening and presentation of the Awards. Category winners and the overall Grand Prize winner will be announced - this is a night not to be missed!
This can be any style of music video, shot in an original way.
You pick the subject matter and style – whether it’s an interview or run-and-gun. This will be completely unscripted.
This is any narrative short film across any genre, this is your time to be original and creative with your storytelling.
Technical Marketing Manager
Jake is one of CVP’s resident team of technical experts and a self-confessed camera nerd who gets far too excited over kit! Often referred to as the face of CVP you will find him on the CVPTV YouTube channel testing and talking about the latest and greatest kit.
Award-winning Filmmaker, Editor and Colourist.
Ollie runs award-winning brand film agency Korro Films and has been producing exceptional content for clients that have included Apple, Netflix, and many others. His colour work, through Just Grade It, has been featured by the BBC, Natural History Museum, and more. Ollie is also a BAFTA Connect member and ambassador for LitePanels and Calibrite.
Cinematographer of Narrative Fiction Film and an Experimental Filmmaker
Tania is a cinematographer and photographer, with films streaming on Amazon Prime, BBC and NOW (Sky TV). As an educator and mentor, she supports and encourages new entrants to the industry. Her work has garnered recognition at BAFTA qualifying festivals, most notably a nomination at Underwire Film Festival for best cinematography.
Cinematographer & Photographer
Cinematographer, author and speaker Elisa has worked across six continents for outlets including BBC World, National Geographic and Newsweek. Her documentary and conflict work has informed her magical realist take on drama and art. Elisa also founded Reframe House media agency to shift views on social justice through multimedia.
Award-winning documentary filmmaker and Canon Ambassador Joel Santos shares his top tips for video storytelling.