​PREMIER and PREMIER Studios launch contest for short videos about quarantine life
26 March

The PREMIER video service has announced a contest for short video stories, up to 10 minutes long, about how people are surviving under quarantine.

Anyone - whether they are ordinary viewers or experienced film makers - can take part in the contest if they have something to tell about how radically their lives have changed over the past month and if they are ready to make new self discoveries, even in times of crisis.

According to the contest rules, each video clip must be a synopsis of more extensive content. For example, a TV series or an online show. The description must introduce the video’s creator and indicate how the story shown in the video can unfold next. There are no restrictions as to the video genre or concept of the whole project.

The authors of the 10 best projects selected by the expert jury will get an opportunity to film the whole story with the support of PREMIER Studios and to show it to the whole world on the PREMIER video platform.

Details about the contest can be found on the official social networks of PREMIER Studios:

https://www.instagram.com/premier_studios_producti...

http://www.facebook.com/tntpremierstudios/