New Judges for 2012 Vimeo Awards Announced
Vimeo has today announced its latest judges for this year's Vimeo Festival + Awards, which include actor and director James Franco, Radiohead's Colin Greenwood, director Edgar Wright, and Uniqlo creative director Nicola Formichetti.
There are 13 categories in this year's awards, which are open for entries until February 20. Each category will have three judges. Here are the list of judges so far announced:
David Droga, Droga5
Amid Amidi, cartoonbrew.com
Shelley Page, DreamWorks
Barbara London, MoMA
Eliot Rausch, 2010 Vimeo Awards Winner
Nicola Formichetti, Uniqlo
Humberto Leon, Open Ceremony
Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Blake Whitman, Vimeo
Colin Greenwood, Radiohead
Gabriel Bisset Smith
David Dewaele, 2manyDJs
Ted Tremper, 2010 Vimeo Awards Winner
As I'm sure you'll agree, that's a pretty impressive line-up. In addition to these judges viewing your work, the Vimeo Awards also offers the chance for fame and (a small) fortune, with each category winner receiving $5,000 and the Grand Prizewinner receiving $25,000. Entry fees are $20 per video, or $5 for Vimeo Plus and Pro members, and entrants can submit any original work that has premiered anywhere online between July 31, 2010 and February 20, 2012. For more info on the awards and how to enter visit vimeo.com/awards.
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