“Beneath the Waves” in 2012

Ever sat watching this movie, thinking to yourself…”I can do way better than that Spielberg guy, I mean what does he  know anyways?”

Well, here’s your chance to make that dream a reality.

Calling all scientists, filmmakers, want-to-be filmmakers, youtube stars, rappers, students, teachers and people with sweet dance moves (like jagger)…who all essentially share a passion for the ocean and what goes on “beneath the waves.”

We want you.

Submissions are now being accepted for the 2012 Beneath the Waves Film Festival.

The festival is unique in it’s fusion of film and social media to communicate science, aquatic issues or overall love for the ocean, something which we are all about here at the Locker. In conjunction with the 41st annual Benthic Ecology Meeting at Old Dominion University, this year will have more to offer than ever before, with filmmaking workshops and an evening of the conference dedicated to an IMAX screening of the selected films.

So how do you get in on all the fun?

First. Check out the website for the deets.

http://www.beneaththewavesfilmfest.org/2012-festival/

Second. Note that the deadline for submissions is coming up.

January 20th, 2012.

And of course there are some rules. (See #1)

Third. Get out there (bring your friends) and get your camera rolling.

Stories are everywhere, get creative, and have fun!

Happy filming.

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Posted on December 16, 2011, in Uncategorized and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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