In the spirit of the Dogma95 movement we’ve created a Monthly Film Challenge that is inclusive of everyone, no matter where you are in the world! All you need is a phone with a camera.
The Challenge is simple - each month we curate a brief designed to challenge the way you think about film. The brief may require you to put yourself in the shoes of one of you favourite filmmakers or get you to think about a scene retrospectively.
From month to month the brief will change, to pave the way for a new creative challenge. At the end of each month a winner will be announced, there really is no right or wrong, we’ll take in all considerations and objectively decided who we thought did it best. We’ll even take part ourselves, though, obviously excluding ourselves from the competition! (could be a slight bias there)
The overarching ideas behind this challenge are, inclusivity and creativity. It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day of life and work. This is designed to help you step away from that, even if it’s only for 30mins. With that said, we want to make sure this is accessible to as many people as possible. So we’re going to level out the playing field…
Below is a rule set titled, [insert title] based off of the Dogma95 movement[link]. They are designed to ensure that no one person or team has an extreme competitive advantage, over another. Basically we don’t want Micheal Bay blowing shit up on a multi-million dollar set, while Bill and Barbra are pulling fire crackers in a garden.
So please read them carefully, we’ll be watching!