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Insomnia58 TF2 Outro

This video marked the conclusion of Teamfortress.tv’s coverage of Insomnia58’s TF2 tournament.

Editing:
Alex “Dashner” Pylyshyn

Source Filmmaker Art:
Ness “Uberchain” Delacroix

Audio Mixing:
Anthony “Airon” Oetzmann

Interview:
Sideshow

Footage:
Bones
TFTV
VTV
Tagg

Music:
Sigur Ros - Festival

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screaming…in a variety of flavors

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I’m dead 😹😹💀💀

Class of 2015 Video Challenge!

Your mission: 

We’re having a video contest, starring YOU! 

In 60 seconds or less, we’d love to see you demonstrate your enthusiasm for Oberlin. Go all out: sing, dance, draw, compose a poem, make a recipe, write a theorem, skip, jump, shout, or whatever tickles your fancy, as long as you can fit it into a short video to share with us. 

How to Participate:

1. Express your enthusiasm for Oberlin in a video of 60 seconds or less.

2. Upload your video to Youtube, give it a cleverly awesome title, and tag it with “Oberlin” (you can tag with other things too!).

3. Send us your video link via our submission form.

4. All video submissions are due by 11:59 pm EDT on Sunday, June 12th, 2011.

Bonus: Post your video to the Oberlin 2015 Facebook group to show off your hard work!

Things to remember:

  • Make sure you only submit your own work!
  • We appreciate many forms of self-expression, but we aren’t particularly fond of slurs, cursing, or comparing Oberlin to other schools by name.
  • Only one entry per person.
  • This contest is only open to the class of 2015 (this includes the incoming double-degree kids that will start with this year’s class).

Our fabulous prizes:

1st place - an iPad

2nd place - an iPod touch

3rd place - an Oberlin sweatshirt 

Every person with a valid video submission will receive a free ticket to the Apollo, our historic local movie theater!

Our fabulous judges:

  • Ida Hoequist ‘14, Oberlin blogger
  • Will Georges '12, senior admissions intern 
  • Jesse Hernandez, Assistant Director of Admissions
  • Jeffery Pence '88, Associate Professor of English and Cinema Studies
  • Ma'ayan Plaut '10, Social Media Coordinator

We will select our favorite videos based on the criteria of creativity, personality, and “Obieness’” (interpret that however you’d like). Our top 10 will be submitted to the entire 2015 incoming class for voting on the final winners.

Questions, comments, or problems? Email maayan [dot] plaut [at] oberlin [dot] edu.

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Call for entries: Fourth Annual NESCent Evolution Video Contest

Application deadline: Saturday, May 31, 2014

“The National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent) invites scientists and science educators of all stripes — students, postdocs, faculty, and full- or part-time science communicators — to enter the fourth annual Evolution Video Competition. To enter, please submit a video that explains a fun fact, key concept, compelling question, or exciting area of evolution research in three minutes or less. Entries may be related or unrelated to your own research, and should be suitable for use in a classroom (K-12, undergraduate, graduate…your choice). Videos should be both informative and entertaining. (In other words, no taped lectures or narrated Powerpoint presentations!) Animations, music videos, and mini documentaries are all fair game. The finalists will be screened at the Evolution 2014 conference in Raleigh, NC. To enter your video, please complete our online registration form.

Guidelines

  • Contestants may work alone or as a team. All entries must be original. Videos created in the past are eligible for submission, provided the person submitting the video also played a role in its production, and has permission from the videographer and any people depicted in the video to submit it to the contest.
  • Entries should be under three minutes.
  • Entries should be in MOV or AVI format, uploaded to Vimeo and tagged “NESCent video contest”. (We need to be able to download the full original video file.)
  • After uploading your video, please enter the contest using our online form. Include the Vimeo ID for your video.

Selecting the winners

A panel of reviewers from both NESCent and the science video community will select the finalists, who will be notified by e-mail. The finalists will then be screened at a film festival at the Evolution 2014 conference in Raleigh, NC. After screening the videos, the audience will vote for their favorites. The first- and second-place winners will receive a travel allowance of up to $1,000 and $500, respectively, for travel expenses to attend the scientific meeting of their choice. All travel will be booked through NESCent and the travel allowance must be used by Oct. 31st, 2014.

Eligibility

You don’t need to attend the conference to submit an entry. All videos submitted by Saturday, May 31, 2014 (5:00 p.m. ET) are eligible to win.

Additional regulations

By submitting an entry, you confirm that you have the right, including any required permission of individuals depicted in the video, to publicly display the video. You also confirm that any music or images contained therein do not violate any copyright, trademark or other rights of any third party. By submitting your video, you grant to NESCent the right to display the submitted video on the NESCent website, YouTube channel, Facebook or Twitter page.”

For more information please contact Dr. Jory Weintraub at jory@nescent.org, or Dr. Robin Smith at rsmith@nescent.org.

(Source: NESCENT)

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(via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ky7gPROAClo)

I cannot wait for Overwatch Season 2 so I got this idea and I just had to make it. 

Get ready everyone, because we’re going back in for Season 2!

Konstruktor announces the start of the video competition

Creative environment www.konstruktor.com announces the start of the video competition. You can make video on various topics touching on everything that is interesting and important to you, such as your ideas, observations, city where you live or events taking place at the moment there etc. You may also look through the sections of the website publications to make your choice easier.
Conditions for winning:
• Video must be unique.
• The greatest number of views. (We would like to point out that for winning in the competition you need not only to submit your video on the website but also to promote it on the external sources.)
The winners will get 5.000$, 2.000$ and 1.000$ for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd places respectively. Participants ranked 4th through 10th will be rewarded for their work with the sum equal to 250$.
The deadline for submission is December 24, 2016. The winners will be announced on 20 of January, 2017.
Wish you all inspiration and good luck! We hope that your videos will give birth to something new such as new projects or new communities, which will help you to fulfil your ideas and dreams.

Arte Creative + Maximo Park: Win A Concert At Your House!

PHOTO: One of the many places that you could make Maximo Park play. Still clip from the promo video below.

ARTE Creative, buddies of our partners TRACKS from ARTE TV has come up with another excellent competition, this time they are offering to send rock band Maximo Park to play at your house! If you’ve always dreamed of bringing a world class act to play at a party, or to impress a date, or to piss off your neighbors, here is the chance you’ve been waiting for! 

Here’s what you need to do: send a one-minute video to ARTE Creative and get the most people to vote for it that you possibly can (send them to us, we will vote for them too!). The five most popular videos will be presented to the group, so they can choose the winner. Everything needs to happen before March 15th. You still have two weeks, but you need to hurry! 

NOTE! Contest is only open to French and German residents!

Here is the official contest details: http://creative.arte.tv/fr/labo/concert-domicile-maximo-park

And here is a teaser of the group: get hype! 

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‘Warning: Fashion Risk’ Video Contest

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New and Notable Video Contests - Week of February 23

Biggest cash prize: $20,000 in the Shell ‘The Future is Bright’ Video Contestbrought to you by Zooppa. While renewable and sustainable sources of energy are on the horizon, the truth is they are nowhere near ready to meet the demands of a rapidly growing world population. Until wind and solar technology reach their potential, Shell believes that natural gas can be part of the solution for reducing CO2 output right now. For this contest, they are seeking compelling and thought provoking films that challenge preconceptions about fossil fuels, especially natural gas, and a total of ten videos will earn cash rewards. Open worldwide, 14 and older. Submit a storyboard by March 5th to receive feedback from Shell, otherwise final videos are due April 30th.

Best prize: A years supply of HANG-ZEN in the HANG-ZEN St. Patrick’s Day Video Contest. Hang-Zen is designed to help prevent hangovers, and with St Paddy’s Day coming up, now is the perfect time to show people what it does. Make a 30-second video featuring the product and a St Paddy’s Day theme. Open to US residents, 18 and older. Due March 7th.

Best trip: Trip to Israel in the 2015 iIsrael Video Competition. College students, what do you love about Israel? Put all your favorite Israeli things in one video to win a trip to Israel to meet President Reuven Rivlin or a trip to Washington DC for the Israeli Independence Day celebration. Open to US residents who are currently enrolled in college. Due March 27th.

OVC’s Pick of the Week: Our favorite contest to make it’s debut this week is the WeSpeke ‘My Funny Language Experience’ Contest. Lots of funny mistakes can happen when you’re learning a new language. From wonky pronunciations to ‘lost in translation’ type moments, WeSpeke wants you to make a short video bringing one of these humorous circumstances to life. We like this contest because it seems like a lot of fun, and a lot of people will be winners. A total of 10 videos will receive cash prizes of $100 to $500. Open worldwide and due March 15th.

None of these video contests striking your fancy? There are TONS more contests waiting for you at OnlineVideoContests.com! Which contests will you be working on?

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Alle, Spudd & Mike: i58 Fundraiser Showmatch by teamfortress.tv

Thread link: http://www.teamfortress.tv/35425/highlight...
Song: Stephen Walking - Wake up The House Is Underwater 
https://soundcloud.com/thewrld
https://soundcloud.com/stephenwalking

Editor: Beater 

If you enjoyed this highlight of consecutive airshots and the showmatch where it came from and want to see more, consider donating to these teams’ fundraiser to help send them there! (Not sure if there’s a fundraiser to help Bren buy new pants.)

Full Tilt fundraiser | Froyotech fundraiser

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Because of a completely ridiculous voting system, Shane Barrett dit not make it into Belle et Bum’s top ten drumming competition.

But the man rocks, so here is his solo. I had the chance to record and edit this video.

The man rocks, I say.

Congrats to the winners of the Khan Academy MCAT Competition!

Congrats to the winners of our MCAT Video Competition, a collaboration between Khan Academy, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the Association of American Medical Colleges.

We selected 15 people from 67 submissions. They will each receive an all-expenses-paid weeklong training program facilitated by Khan Academy staff and scholars to create educational tutorials for concepts that will be tested by the new MCAT2015 exam, including human behavior, social sciences, inequality, and diversity.

We plan to start making these tutorials available this fall through both Khan Academy and the Pre-health Collection of the AAMC’s MedEdPORTAL® iCollaborative, a free, searchable online repository of instructional materials for teaching pre-health curricula.

For more details, check out: https://www.khanacademy.org/about/med-competition

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New and Notable Video Contests - Week of December 8

Biggest cash prize: $30,000 in the MasterCard ‘Priceless Cities’ Video Projectfrom Tongal. MasterCard wants to tell unique stories about the cities of Paris, London and Santiago through the people who know them best - longtime citizens and expats. For this project, they are bringing together locals and filmmakers to capture a 30-60 second peek into what makes their city priceless and worth a visit. Open worldwide, 18 and older. If you live in one of the cities and want to earn $1000 for sharing your favorite spots on camera, get your Story in by December 15th. Then filmmakers will Pitch to earn $10,000 to produce the 2 videos by December 29th. Final videos will be due February 11th, 2015.

Best trip: A trip to Washington DC and Austin to perform in the NPR Music ‘Tiny Desk Concert’ Contest. Music fans should already be familiar with NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series, which have played host to such talents as Adele, John Legend and Wilco. Do you want to be next to perform at the Tiny Desk? Submit a video of you or your band performing an original song to be featured on the series and have the opportunity to play the Lagunitas “Couchtrippin’ to Austin” showcase in March. Open to US residents, 21 and older. Due January 19th, 2015. 

OVC’s Pick of the Week: The contest with the best prize we’ve seen in the past 7 days, is also our Pick of the Week. It’s the FiLMiC Pro ‘Say Hey!’ Video Contest. Use the Filmic Pro app on your iPad or iPhone to make a sweet 5-minutes or less short for a chance to win up to $7000 in filmmaking prizes. The only caveat is that your short must fit into one of six categories: fiction, documentary, music video, travel, action, or mobile journalism. Although exact prizes for each winner have yet to be determined, a total of 8 prize packages will be awarded, including an Early Bird Prize for best entry received by December 15th. Open worldwide, final videos are due February 21st, 2015.

None of these video contests striking your fancy? There are TONS more contests waiting for you at OnlineVideoContests.com! Which contests will you be working on?

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Good Day Today’, David Lynch (2011)  dir. Arnold de Parscau