We challenged you to make a short where sound tells the story. And you delivered.
There's no better way to bookend Sound Week than to announce the winners of the 60 Second Sound Week Film Challenge. We received some exceptional entries from all across the world, and it just goes to show how creative the No Film School community really can be. Sound is an essential part of any story, and the submitted shorts showed that exceptionally well. It was difficult to pick an overall winner, let alone a top four.
The overall winner will receive a prize package from RØDE that includes an NTG4, VideoMic NTG, a Wireless Go set with a lav, and a boom pole. Three other videos will be awarded a Wireless Go set with a lav. If you are one of the winners, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize.
Without further ado, let's take a look at what the NFS community created.
You Call It A Vacation by Michał Pruszkowski
3 Chosen Finalists
The Curve by Matthew Hitchcock
Fire by Gauri Bhonsle
Louie's Wait by David Prato & Bailey Johnson
Our Other Favorite Shorts
Click on the links below to watch some of our other favorite shorts from the contest.
- The Contract by Michael Kasino
- Longing for pre-pandemic moments by Hamza Benamrouche
- The best gifts by Gonçalo Neves Cruz
- 911 by Bruno Films
- Music From The Soul by Frank the Tank Films
- Screw Hiking by Jordan Allender
- Somnium by Nicolas Medrano
- teaser ben pope ev by MrChiasse
- First Beat by James Lefevre Studios
- Dark Passage by Roshni Rush Bhatia
- OCD by Hamadi Sallami
Thanks to everyone who entered the contest. Remember, the picture only tells half the story.
For more, see our ongoing coverage of Sound Week 2020.
No Film School's podcast and editorial coverage of the Sound Week 2020 is sponsored by RØDE.