Fancy yourself as the next Spielberg or Tarantino? Why not put your movie making skills to the test, you could win £1,500 in Jessops to feed your film habit!
Alcohol education charity Drinkaware is launching a competition encouraging budding young directors to create a short film which shows that if you are drinking, drink responsibly to have a good time.
The ‘Why let good times go bad?’ campaign competition is open to UK residents aged 18 years and over. People are asked to enter videos that emphasise a campaign tip, such as pacing with water and missing a round, to encourage young adults to keep the good times good by not drinking too much.
The winning entry will receive £1,500 worth of Jessops vouchers and two runners up will receive £250 worth of Jessops vouchers. The winners will also have their film featured as part of the charity’s Christmas ‘Why let good times go bad?’ campaign which challenges young adults’ attitudes and behaviour to alcohol.
Siobhan McCann, Head of Campaigns and Communications at Drinkaware, says: “This is a great way of getting young adults involved in our campaign and tapping into their creative abilities. With young adults producing responsible drinking messages for their peers, we hope that more young adults will have reason to celebrate this Christmas and New Year.”
For full competition details including campaign tips, how to enter information and terms and conditions please visit the ‘Why Let Christmas Good Times Go Bad?’ video competition homepage.