Moving Pictures Magazine challenges all readers of TheRaider.net to write the best article about Indiana Jones by Thursday, April 24th!
Moving Pictures will then select one winner who will receive a check for $250 in exchange for full printing rights being granted as they will print the winning piece in their Cannes Special Issue distributed at the Cannes Film Festival! Wow!!
Here are the contest details:
Write an article about Indy - What makes Indy an indie? - not only describing why Indiana Jones has become such a phenomenon, but also showing an understanding of what Lucas and Spielberg have brought to the franchise, and why and whether Harrison Ford, Shia LaBeouf, Cate Blanchett, Ray Winstone, etc. are the best people to bring this latest installment to life.
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The contest will be over quickly - all submissions must be in by Thursday, April 24, and the winner will be selected and notified on Friday, April 25. The submission must be more than 600 words and less than 1200 words, and must include a short timeline (6-12 dates or events) that reflect the key moments in the Indiana Jones world.
Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and must include the author's contact details. The author/s of the winning submission will receive a check for $250 in exchange for full printing rights being granted to Moving Pictures. Moving Pictures will print the piece in their Cannes Special Issue distributed at the Cannes Film Festival and other film festivals worldwide, and will also put the piece on their website shortly after the magazine is distributed. The winning author/s will also receive four copies of the magazine featuring their article. Runners-up will receive copies of the Cannes Issue of the magazine, and will be able to elect whether to share their articles on www.movingpicturesmagazine.com.
Special thanks to Moving Pictures Magazine for this exclusive opportunity.
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