Thumb-Stopping Moments

Short Film Competition

Make sure you read the entry requirements and T&Cs carefully. It your film does not adhere to the conditions it will not be considered for any prizes. If you have any questions about the competition please contact

Entry requirements and T&Cs

To have your film entered into the competition you must submit the form detailing your name, contact details and your film’s URL. This form can be found on the main competition page.

Films must be uploaded to YouTube in at least 720p format (See YouTube requirements)

Submissions longer than 60 seconds will not be considered by the judges.

Any dialogue must be in English or have English subtitles.

Deadline for entries is 11/11/2016.

This competition is only open to UK residents aged 18 or over.

The maximum number of entries per individual is five.

The person submitting the film must own the copyright to all sounds and images used in the film.

Anyone who appears in the film must have given their permission to be in the film.

Submissions cannot have been entered into any other film competitions or used in corporate promotions.

While films can be made by more than one person, the person who submits the film must have the authority to do so and will be the primary contact for that submission. Any prize money will be given out to this person and it will be up to them to share it amongst the people who created the film.

If your film has been considered for shortlisting we will contact you asking for the original file so that we can use the film for our marketing materials. You will still be able to host the film on your personal website and social media platforms, however must be given permission to use and edit the film in future marketing campaigns and promotions. If permission is not granted by the film director, the film will not be considered for shortlisting or any prizes.

By submitting your film you agree that you have read and understand all these terms and conditions and are happy to be bound by them. retains the right to use your film in future marketing campaigns and promotions. All rights reserved.


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