“Life Just Is” Poster Competition – Vote now for your favourite!
Ok word of warning … I’m on a bit of a blogging frenzy this week.
I’ve been so busy with work (TE) and with organising shoots I have a back log of blogs. So I’m going to try and catch up as much as I can this week because have a ridiculously busy (but exciting) two weeks ahead of me. Can’t wait show you all what I’ve been up to : )
But today … I wanted to give you a little update on the feature film “Life Just Is” which I blogged about last year. The film is currently in post production and has been nominated for Shorty Award (social media) which is quite exciting.
But the reason why I’m blogging about “Life Just Is” is because they currently have a poster competition going on (which I think is a fabulous idea). So what that means is, we the audience can help pick and choose what movie poster we want for the film. How cool is that?! So a bunch of different designers have submitted their entries and now it’s up to the public to vote.
Rules to the Poster Competition
The only catch is the deadline to vote is 22:00 GMT Monday 21st February (hence I needed to blog about it today). All you need to do is “like” the fan page on facebook and then click the “like” button on the posters you want to vote for. You can view the album here >> Note: rules to vote are also listed below.
There are seriously so many good posters to choose from (I had a bit of trouble deciding) but here’s a snap shot of a few of them. You can also vote for more than one poster which is super cool!
And of course, my blog wouldn’t be complete without some of the pictures David Lau took for this film. Here are the original mock up posters which he took on set back in November. I still LOVE them and can’t wait for the film to be released! To vote for your favourite poster go to: http://on.fb.me/hhFjNX … remember you need to “like” the fan page before you can vote : )
Janyne Wisener as ‘Jay’
Will De Meo as ‘David’
Fiona Ryan as ‘Claire’
Nathaniel Martello White as ‘Tom’
Jack Gordon as ‘Pete’
Writer and Director Alex Barrett