Film

Short film contest: Deadline extended to Oct. 12

Posted by: Emily McManus

Enter your short film (30 sec to 3 mins) in our first-ever short film contest — with winners to be shown at the TEDIndia conference this November, to an audience of creative and influential people from around the world. NEW: Extended deadline for entry: Oct. 12, 2009.

Get details and the brief entry form >>

TED’s always been a showcase for great short film. Every day this week on the TED Blog, we’ll feature a short film that played live at TED; today’s is a hypnotic exploration of data called “Flight Patterns,” by Aaron Koblin. The 3-minute film uses FAA flight data to create shimmering animations of flight traffic patterns and density. Find a high-res version of this film at Aaron Koblin’s website. “Flight Patterns” screened at TED2007 in Monterey.

Enter TED’s short-film contest >>