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World\'s first video iPod film festival

updated 11:35 am EST, Tue January 3, 2006

Video iPod film festival

The Flux today announced the opening of the , an online film festival and competition of content formatted for the iPod. Visitors to the website can download films for playback on computers or video iPods, then vote for a favorite video. Prizes will be awarded in three categories: best indie/student short, best amateur/family clip, and best music video. Submissions must be less than ten minutes and properly formatted for the iPod. R Cubed Productions will offer conversion services to properly format films for iPod playback for a small fee. The festival submission deadline is January 25th.




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  1. macnavi

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    $15!!!

    What a waste, what a fake. What a way to make money... for them! It 'll cost you $15 to send your film to this "festival". You should get paid to help them to make a database with films. Put your stuff on archive.org, don't waist your money and your precious work on this.

    Do I hear a boycot?!

  1. Stacy

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Prizes!!!

    This is a great idea. Why not do it? The fee is typical (used to cover festival administrative costs), and the prizes include a MacBook Pro and other Apple goodies. The Flux has extended the deadline to February 20th.

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