You could be famous for 60 seconds

Fancy getting your film shown on BBC One? How about spending an evening with a host of top film stars at the BAFTA’s? As part of its support for the appropriately-named Orange British Academy Film Awards, Orange is inviting aspiring film-makers to submit a 60 second short film around the theme of Celebration to its 60 Seconds Of Fame competition.

Fancy getting your film shown on BBC One? How about spending an evening with a host of top film stars at the BAFTA’s? As part of its support for the appropriately-named Orange British Academy Film Awards, Orange is inviting aspiring film-makers to submit a 60 second short film around the theme of Celebration to its 60 Seconds Of Fame competition.

The winning film will be featured as part of BBC One’s coverage of the awards night on 11 February 2007. And its maker(s) will be invited to the ceremony.

Films can be uploaded here, where you can also find more details. A panel of judges will pick the top five from each region of the UK (sorry overseas readers) which will then be showcased on the Orange website. All the regional winners will go to the awards night.

Deadline: 4 January

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