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Gagnez une part des plus de 70 000 $ mis en jeu au concours international de courts métrages « My Rode Reel »

SYDNEY, 25 mars 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- La marque d'équipement audio professionnel RODE Microphones est ravi d'annoncer l'organisation du concours international de courts métrages « My RODE Reel », destiné à promouvoir les cinéastes indépendants prometteurs et à leur donner l'occasion de se partager des prix d'une valeur de plus de 70 000 USD.

Pour consulter les contenus multimédias associés à ce communiqué, rendez-vous à l'adresse : http://www.multivu.com/mnr/66061-rode-reel-international-short-film-contest

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Le concours « My RODE Reel » se déroulera de mars à juin et aura comme objectif d'encourager les cinéastes de tous milieux à aller sur le terrain pour créer des films et améliorer continuellement leur art.

Les participants au « My RODE Reel » doivent soumettre un court métrage de maximum cinq minutes, ainsi qu'une bande réalisée dans les coulisses présentant un microphone RODE utilisé durant la production de leur film. RODE fournit un kit d'inscription détaillant les étapes du processus et offrant des modèles de scénarisation, scénarimage et d'autres encore, disponibles dès maintenant après inscription sur www.myrodereel.com.

Trois grands prix composés d'équipement de tournage seront offerts -- un prix du jury pour court métrage, un prix du jury pour la bande réalisée dans les coulisses et un prix du public pour court métrage. D'autres prix récompenseront la meilleure conception sonore, la meilleure bande originale, et d'autres catégories encore.

Les prix sont estimés à une valeur totale de plus de 70 000 $ et comprennent des caméras BlackMagic et GoPro, des objectifs Carl Zeiss, des trépieds Miller, du matériel RedRock Micro, de l'équipement de surveillance SmallHD et Teradek, des rails de travelling Kessler, des housses pour caméras ThinkTank Photo, des moniteurs de studio Event, des solutions d'entreposage G-Technology, des accessoires TetherTools, des logiciels Adobe et RedGiant, du crédit pour droits de licence de The Music Bed, et bien évidemment beaucoup de microphones RODE. La liste complète des prix est disponible sur www.myrodereel.com.

En vue du « My RODE Reel », RODE a réuni un jury respecté composé de cinéastes inspirants tels que Philip Bloom, l'animateur de FIlmRiot, Ryan Connolly et Devin Graham, réputé pour sa chaîne YouTube passionnante, Devin SuperTramp.

Afin d'aider les cinéastes en herbe à déposer leur candidature, RODE a produit une série de vidéos informatives offrant des conseils et astuces. Animés par Ryan Connolly et Olivia Speranza, ces cours guident les candidats à travers le processus de création cinématographique allant de la préproduction aux étapes de postproduction et distribution, en passant par le tournage.

Vous pouvez soumettre vos créations pour « My RODE Reel » du 1er mars au 31 mai. Comme bonus de préinscription, toutes les participations acceptées courant mars recevront une version gratuite du logiciel de synchronisation audio PluralEyes de RedGiant, d'une valeur estimée à 199 $.

Pour en savoir plus, rendez-vous dès maintenant sur le site www.myrodereel.com.

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