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Launched in collaboration with Interlude, The Lincoln Motor Company and Tribeca Film Festival, our interactive music film challenge gave you an unprecedented opportunity to make a unique video for three rather talented musicians: Damon Albarn, Ellie Goulding & Aloe Blacc.

We were so proud of the innovation, creativity and effort that went into the submissions for this project, and couldn’t be happier to have received such a high calibre of interactive films from across the world.

After careful consideration, the official selections were made by Tribeca Film Festival jurors together with the artists, and we are extremely excited to be able to share the results!

Congratulations to the winning filmmakers, who each receive $10,000:

Cziwonamor (Poland) – Damon Albarn “Heavy Seas of Love” (Staff Pick)
Mohit Israney (India) – Aloe Blacc “Ticking Bomb”
Szabomate90  (Hungary) - Ellie Goulding “Dead in the Water” (Staff Pick)

We are so proud to be flying these talented filmmakers to New York this week, where they will be attending a special event at Tribeca Film Festival, showcasing their work and celebrating the project with a performance by Damon Albarn himself! Continue Reading…

When submitting a treatment you may be pitching against 10, 20, even 50 other filmmakers. Here are some key tips to making sure the client seriously considers your treatment!

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Alter Bridge

11 April, 2014

New Project! Alter Bridge wants you to make the official music video for ‘Lover’.

The project allows complete creative freedom – so take a listen and be inspired by this epic song!

Submission deadline: May 27, 2014
Total Payment: $4,200
All the details: genero.tv/alterbridge

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The time has come to share the results of our Storytellers project! Our whole team here at Genero were blown away by the incredible response we received, with videos submitted from over 40 different countries.

It is an absolute pleasure to be able to showcase such a diverse selection of films from across the globe, so we would love to thank the impressive efforts of every filmmaker who took part.

The calibre of videos made judging this one tough, but we are thrilled to announce that Jennings Barmore receives $10,000 for his film! The beautiful video was an exceptional nod to the great outdoors in the filmmaker’s home state of Montana, USA.

For more breathtaking filmmaking, we also have five fantastic runners up for this project, who each receive $2,000: 

http://genero.tv/watch-video/37783Baguala Films (Argentina)
http://genero.tv/watch-video/37755jasmina jasinska (Ireland)
http://genero.tv/watch-video/37757andro.kajzer (Slovenia)
http://genero.tv/watch-video/37830caesar102 (United States)
http://genero.tv/watch-video/37841grijalvafilms (United States)

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Step Change Marketing needs a new landing page video for their website! It must capture interest, tell their story and then convert to an enquiry.

You don’t need to make the video right away. Read the brief details and then submit your treatment. Animation, live action, motion graphics or a mix are all acceptable.

Treatment due: 15th April
Payment: $10,000
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My Genero: Your New Home

18 March, 2014

Today we’re rolling out a new version of My Genero. This is your new home where you’ll get a snap shot of what’s happening with your account, and across Genero.

What’s new?

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Did you miss the webcast event for our Tribeca Film Festival project?

We’re insanely excited about our collaboration with Interlude, which is giving you an unprecedented opportunity to create an interactive music video for three huge artists: Damon Albarn, Aloe Blacc and Ellie Goulding.

To create a film for the project, you’ll need to work your magic on Interlude’s Treehouse, and who better to guide you through the experience than their creative team? Last week the guys put on a great Q&A webcast to share their tips and tricks for getting the best results!

To find out everything you need to know about creating your music video, you can watch the recorded webcast above, or head over to the event page to see the full interactive discussion.

For more inspiration, you can also click through to Interlude’s library for a full gallery of outstanding interactive films and site tutorials. Good luck!