Amazing up-and-coming video directors – listen up. Have you got the creative vision and skill to call the shots for the best in the business? Well, "":franchise:1924MTV Breaks is looking for you.
28th June 2016 marks the 10th anniversary of Isle of MTV Malta, and MTV Breaks will be going behind the scenes of the massive event to find out and film what really goes into making it all happen. And we’re looking for a talented director to direct our crew.
In a first of its kind MTV Breaks opportunity, we’re looking for someone to direct the exclusive behind-the-scenes short film, as we meet the talented people who bring the event to life, and tell the story of the Making of Isle of MTV Malta.
So, if you fancy yourself as the next Ava DuVernay or Alejandro González Iñárritu, this could be your chance to show the world exactly what you’re made of. You’ll have creative control over a small crew, and your final production will go out on MTV channels across the world.
Plus, as well as providing flights, hotel, and a top industry mentor, we’ll film you in action, and share your story on MTV.
N.B. You’ll be working with an English-speaking crew.
Here’s what you have to do to be in with a chance of being the Isle Of MTV Malta MTV Breaks director.
How to enter:
Stage One: Sum yourself up in a 15 second Instagram video titled ‘What Makes Me’. Upload it to your account and tag it with #MTVBreaksDirector
We’ll then be in touch with anyone shortlisted for round two, and give you full details of what’s next.
Stage Two: We’ll want to get to know more about your directing talent and dreams via a Skype or phone chat. You’ll also need to pitch us your idea for what you’d want to see in your ’Making of Isle of MTV Malta’ video package.
So, if you’re ready to break into your future career as a director, get your entries in by May 9th.
You’ll need to be aged 18-26, available from June 25th to 29th, and have no professional experience in the field…yet.
If you’ve got the talent, MTV Breaks might just have the break you’re looking for.
Tuesday, 12. April 2016