Students Face the 1,000 Word Film Challenge
Red Bicycle Media to Produce a Short Film Based on Winner's Short Story
TWINSBURG, Ohio, June 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Red Bicycle Media is hosting the 1,000 Word Film Challenge to involve high school students in a creative writing contest where the winner's script is turned into a short film.
Students entering 9th through 12th grade are eligible to submit their 1,000 word short story online at www.1000wordfilm.com by August 1st, 2013. Stories must be between 500 and 1,000 words and a bicycle must be incorporated somewhere into the story. One winner will be selected by a panel of judges on September 1st, 2013 and Red Bicycle Media will produce a short film based on their story. Other prizes to be announced at a later date.
"There are so many young creative minds out there. Our goal is to encourage students to write about their high school experiences and have a chance to see their words set into motion. Anyone's story can appear cinematic, and we want students to be inspired by their own creativity." said James Pizarro, Creative Director of Red Bicycle Media.
Visit www.1000wordfilm.com for contest details and to submit short stories.
Red Bicycle Media is an internationally known studio with a focus on using natural talent and diverse backgrounds to create custom films from storyboard to screen. Since 2005, Red Bicycle Media continues to work with clients big and small for all types of films, including documentaries, corporate branding, capturing the excitement from weddings and events, as well as revealing the emotional stories of non-profit's. For more information on Red Bicycle Media visit www.redbicyclemedia.com.
Media Contact: James Pizarro, Red Bicycle Media, 2166502625, email@example.com
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