NASA Wants You to Make a Space Movie Using Their Footage, Cash Prize is $10000

26 . Apr . 2017
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NASA, that great organisation that goes where no man has venture before wants you to make a short film using their impressive library of space imagery and videos. The contest is open for all earthlings and NASA wants you to make creative films that celebrate the idea of being in space. There’s a prize for the films that would display the themes ‘Benefits of Space to Humanity’ and ‘Future Space Exploration’

The head judge of the competition is Richard Linklater, who’s earlier work includes some awesome films like ‘School of Rock’ and ‘A Scanner Darkly’ and others.

You can read the guidelines to make films via this link. And if you plan to make a film using NASA footage and need inspiration, you can view the gallery at this link.

https://www.nasa.gov/feature/download-nasa-videos-for-cinespace/