8th Annual 24-Hour Video Race
Prop - Jump Rope.
Theme - Anticipation
Line of Dialogue -
"WHY IT SMELL LIKE THAT?"
Tulsa, OK – On Friday, January 25th, video enthusiasts from across the state will gather at Living Arts in Downtown Tulsa to finalize their registration and size up their competition for the 24-Hour Video Race. The race challenges Oklahoma filmmakers to form small teams with which to write, shoot, and edit a short (no longer than 5-min) video in just 24 hours. The participating teams will be required to incorporate into their submissions a surprise theme, prop and line of dialogue, which will be revealed to them at the stroke of midnight on Friday, January 25th.
Elements will also be available at www.livingarts.org after 12 midnight on Friday, January 25th for out of town artists and in case of bad weather.
Videographers must drop off their completed videos along with required registration information at the IAO Gallery (706 W. Sheridan Downtown OKC between Lee & Shartel, Oklahoma City), or Living Arts of Tulsa (307 E Brady St, Tulsa) before 12 midnight on Saturday, January 26th.
$40.00 Entry fee. Entries will be judged at a screening on Thursday, February 21st at Philbrook Museum of Art. The Judges’ Choice video will be awarded a prize of $300, and other category winners will also receive awards of $175.
24-Hour Video Race is co-sponsored by Philbrook Museum of Art, Individual Artists of Oklahoma, and Living Arts of Tulsa. A Kick Off event will be held at Living Arts of Tulsa on Friday, January 25th beginning at 11 pm. The race starts at 12 midnight on Friday, January 25th and ends at 12 midnight on Saturday, January 26th. Entries will be screened at Philbrook Museum of Art on Thursday, February 21st at 7 pm, but the evening will begin at 6pm with a cash bar and a viewing of past winners. For more information, visit www.livingarts.org.