European graphics card brand KFA2
has just launched what it’s calling its GeForce Culture Competition, which aims to get PC users expressing themselves through the creation of short video clips.
There are plenty of prizes up for grabs
for those that enter, with graphics cards, HD cameras, hoodies and watches going to the top three films.
The submitted videos can be no longer than 45 seconds in length, but can be based on pretty much any subject. According to KFA2
, the only aspects that aren't allowed are violence, criminal activity or pornography.
Interestingly, the rules also specify that any faces in the video must be covered with a KFA2
skull mask, a template for which is available on the website
, along with a full list of the rules.
The final date for entry submission to YouTube is 30 August, with judging planned for 5 September and winners announced the day after.
Are you tempted to enter a video into the competition? Would you be happy to don the skull mask? Let us know your thoughts in the forums