Virgin Media Shorts is a short film competition that champions undiscovered talent.

By Joss Payne, posted 18 June 2010

Whether you're a film maker or a film lover, there are loads of ways to get involved. Read all about them below.

If you’re a film maker…

Virgin Media Shorts gives you the chance to show your work in cinemas, on TV, online and on mobiles(via the mobile internet).

Here’s what’s up for grabs:

12 film makers win a chance to show their work on 214 cinema screens nationwide
1 lucky winner lands £30,000 to make their next film.
1 People’s Choice winner takes home thousands of pounds worth of new film kit.
Plus, we reward the college or school with the most entrants with loads of shiny new kit, too.
Entering is easy. Just check out the film spec. Then upload your film. The competition closes on 28 June 2010.

If you’re a film lover…

You can see new film making talent, before they hit the big time.

Register as a film critic and you can:

Comment on films
Vote for People’s Choice (launches in September)
Win some great prizes, like the new iPad

Get involved now!

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