2017 - JULY 9,
YOU FOR YOUR SUBMISSIONS
2017 McCarty Metro Film Contest is now over. We had 5 videos
submitted during the week that were sent out for judging. The
judges choice was that "Come Meet The McNoses" submitted
by Mac Daddy Productions was the winner. The runner up video was
"Meet The Flix" submitted by Jim Matczak.
Congratulations to our finalists and to all our submitters on
another job well done.
and The McCarty Metro, are pleased to announce the sixth annual McCarty
Metro Film Project. The event will take place from July 3 - July
9, 2017. The event is open to all. We are looking for people get an
idea of a film in accordance with the rules posted on this website
on July 2, then over
the next 7 days, write, act, direct and produce a short 4 minute or less movie and
submit it to the McCarty Metro by 11:59 pm Sunday July 9.
Starting Monday, July 3 at 12:01 AM Eastern Time, you will have
7 days to write, shoot, and edit a short film that meets the set
guidelines laid out in “Details” below. The winner or winners will be
determined by a judge or judges deemed appropriate by the McCarty Metro staff. All judges decisions
The winners will be prominently featured on McCarty Metro, and
Bradric Productions website, as well as our Facebook and Twitter
sites, as well as being featured on an upcoming episode of Rick's Martini Bar.
ARE THE 4 SPECIFIC DETAILS THAT HAVE TO BE IN YOUR FILM
THE CONCEPT OF THE VIDEO...
A comedy skit similar in style to Saturday Night Live
THAT MUST BE SAID IN YOUR VIDEO...
one's the wiser!" or "Nobody's the wiser!"
THAT MUST APPEAR IN YOUR VIDEO...
A spatula (cooking utensil)
ONE OTHER REQUIREMENT IN YOUR VIDEO...
Someone must be drinking something in your skit
ED NOTE: Your
film submission must abide by the 4 required details listed above.
(Your film must fit our overall concept, and must
include our posted phrase, and must include our posted object, and
must meet the 4th requirement. We do this to ensure that
no films are written, shot, or edited before the beginning of our
... Entertainment (Comedic) Value
... The 4 Details Above Were Followed And The Video Must Be 4
Minutes Or Less.
... If Your Skit Could Evolve Into A Reoccurring Skit Or Have A
Reoccurring Character (Not A One Hit Wonder)
When finished, you need to save your video on your computer.
Go to http://www.youtube.com
and create a YouTube account
(If you don't have one already).
Click the Upload button to upload your video. While uploading, you
can provide more information. In the description of the video,
please provide the names of everyone involved in your production,
the production team name if you have one (ours is Bradric
Productions). Title and artist for any music you use.
Once the upload is complete, YouTube will provide you with the web
address that your video can be viewed from by us and others. Send that
url to the McCarty Metro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Besides the link, provide us the name of the video,
info of your staff, actors, etc., and production team name.
Your finished film must be uploaded before Sunday, July
11:59 PM Eastern Time.
| Videos can be no longer than 4 minutes in length.
Videos cannot include any explicit content (Obscene language,
nudity, sexual situations, etc.)
Videos must portray our posted concept, use one of our posted
phrases, one of our posted objects, and must meet a specific 4th
Videos must be uploaded
on or before Sunday, July
9th at 11:59PM Eastern
Videos cannot contain copyrighted music. Only music you create,
own the rights to, or that is public domain and royalty free is
will the films be judged?
A: On overall quality. Writing, acting, plot, etc. by non-partial
professional movie makers
don’t have a nice camera. And all I’ve got is Windows Movie
Maker/iMovie. Can I still compete?
A: Absolutely! If you have a good script, we don’t care how poor
the video quality is. Just do the best with what you have- we want
EVERYONE to compete!
Q: Does my
film have to be ABOUT the phrase and object I choose?
A: Not at all. As long as the phrase is spoken at some point in
the film, and the object is in the camera’s view at some point
in the film, you are good!
Q: What kind
of music is permissible for inclusion in my film?
A: Either music you created, own the rights to, or public domain,
royalty-free music. There are a ton of websites that offer this
kind of music for download, completely free. Just because you
own a band’s CD does not give you the “rights” to use it in
your own production.
to this page often- it’ll be updated with more FAQs regularly
leading up to the event!)
Those are all of the
official rules! If you have any further questions, send an email
and I will reply to you or post it here.