Via our friends at Film School Shorts:
Join Film School Shorts for a special screening of “Film School Gems” at the SF Independent Film Festival (SF Indiefest for short)! The showcase will feature 90 minutes of student films from Film School Shorts, including sneak peeks at what’s coming to our third season! We’ve got five pairs of tickets for the night of Friday, February 6th to be won.
How? Bring the LULZ and show off your wit by captioning this image from Mark Raso’s survivalist short film Under with a suitable news headline:
Caption this image with a suitably amusing headline and you could win our contest!
The creator of the top 5 funniest, most creative headline, as judged by KQED’s designated experts, will each win a pair of the coveted tickets. Remember, short and sweet always works best.
Enter on social media via Facebook or Twitter!
- Via Facebook: Post your headline to Film School Shorts’ Facebook Page with the hashtag #SFIndieTickets
- Via Twitter: Tweet your headline to @FilmSchoolShort with the hashtag #SFIndieTickets
The contest starts immediately and the deadline for entries is 4:59pm PST on Wednesday, February 4, 2015 and the winner will be notified via Facebook Message (remember to check your “Other” inbox), or Twitter Direct Message on Thursday, February 5, 2015 by 12:01pm PST. Good luck!
The Rules (Short Version)
The creators of our favorite headlines each win two tickets to Film School Gems at the Humanist Hall (390 27th Street, Oakland, CA 94612) on Friday, February 6 at 7 pm PST. The total approximate value of the prize is $24 (for two tickets), and does not include transportation to or from the venue. You can only enter once, whether it’s by Facebook or Twitter. You must be a California resident and 18 years or older to participate, and employees of KQED are not eligible to enter. This contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook or Twitter, and by entering you release Facebook and Twitter from any and all liability associated with this contest.