“The Rise from Music Videocrity” Music Video Contest.

March 12, 2007

“The Rise from Music Videocrity” Music Video Contest.

By Benjamin Pinkhasik

MyMovieNetwork, the filmmaker community dedicated to all filmmakers launches their first music video contest – “The Rise from Music Videocrity”. The contest is open to all filmmakers, actors, musicians, directors and individuals who love music and videos.

To enter the contest, which runs from March 4 to May 1, go to www.mymovienetwork.com

Because there are so many formula music videos, MyMovieNetwork is rising above the crowd to find the best of the best, according to Clint Mazur, CEO of MyMovieNetwork. “Our system allows us to recognize all who worked on the video, not just the singer or the director. This is a very exciting competition for us especially since the public is doing the judging.”

MyMovieNetwork wants amateur film makers to present music videos for their favorite songs. The music in the video can be their own or not, but filmmakers must give credit to artists and writers.

Filmmakers are free to choose the genre. Mazur says “feel free to rock our socks off or drop some hot beats. The most important thing is quality so put in the time.”

Selection of winners is based on comments left by viewers, the highest quality films and overall rating. The winner of the contest receives cash and prizes.

Launched in 2006, MyMovieNetwork is a unique online community that provides tools for filmmakers to showcase their work around the world by posting their films and portfolios, In addition, members learn from, network and collaborate with fellow movie makers.

MyMovieNetwork runs contests to find the best filmmakers, provides tools for scouting, blogging and linking to personal film archives. Each member can create a studio where all their films, cast and crew are associated with the studio.

Videocrity Contest

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