Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Vote for your favourite poster

INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION LIFE JUST IS UNVEILS INTERNATIONAL POSTER DESIGN COMPETITION ENTRIES
Way back in December I put up a post about a competition for poster design for the film "Life Just Is".  Now the time for entries has expired and voting has started.

London, England, 7th February 2011 – Earlier today the makers of independent feature film Life Just Is unveiled the entries of their global poster design competition. Launched in December last year, the competition invited aspiring designers and creative students to submit designs for the film's lead poster. Announced via the film’s official website, social media sites and at a number of selected British universities, the competition grew beyond all expectations to see over 100 entries submitted from all over the world. The posters are currently being featured on the film's Blog, Website and Facebook page, where a public vote to shortlist three entries is taking place. Alongside the public vote, a panel of industry experts comprising of Robyn Larkin (What is Bobo), Stacey Parks (Film Specific), Stuart Coles (Walt Disney Studios UK) and Justine Priestly (Really Bright Media) will also be shortlisting three entries, with the ultimate winner being chosen from the shortlist by the film's writer/director Alex Barrett, producer Tom Stuart, and executive producer Christine Hartland. Voting ends on February 21st, with the shortlist to be announced on February 22nd, and the winner on February 28th. Once the competition is complete, all of the entries will be compiled into an e-book to be given away for free on the film's website.

For more information on both the film and the competition, please visit
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Full Project Synopsis: Pete, Tom, Claire and Jay are university graduates having trouble making the move into adult life. Beneath the hanging out and the daily routines simmers Pete’s desire to find a spiritual answer to life’s meaning, Jay’s desperate need not to get hurt again, and Tom and Claire’s ever increasing mutual attraction. A thoughtful character drama, Life Just Is is a film about love, death, and, most importantly of all, life itself.

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