Last full day to enter TED's short film contest

Posted by: Emily McManus

117370_220x165.jpgThe deadline is tomorrow, Oct. 12, for TED’s first-ever short film contest. Films selected from this contest will be screened at TEDIndia in early November, for a global audience of thinkers and doers, and possibly also shared here on the TED Blog!

If you’ve got a cool short film, music video, commercial, PSA or data visualization that we should see, and it’s 30 secs to 3 mins long, enter today. Deadline is Oct. 12, 2009. Get more details and the entry form >>

For more of a sense of what we’re looking for, read this short Q&A with contest curator Jonathan Wells. And best of luck to all our entrants. We’re thrilled with the response from around the world.

Comments (1)

  • sandra tycova commented on Oct 12 2009

    I think tedsters everwhere are great at doing things on short notice. And I don’t mind the notice time that they give since its their choice.

    Ever since I started making conventions in Denmark I’ve noticed a grand mass histeria over notice times. Oh no, we haven’t been told we had to signup a month in advance hence this meetup sucks. Which is contradictory to what the organisors migth need/want. So relax, do your best, and wish others that will try their best!