Are you a filmmaker that happens to be a fan of Firefox? Do you want a chance to win a few thousand dollars? If so, you'll definitely want to submit a film for the Firefox Flicks competition this year.
Mozilla announced that this year's Firefox Flicks competition will be open for entries on February 13. The competition challenges filmmakers to create a 60 second or less video "that help tell the Firefox story." This year's theme is "Get Mobilized." Here's how Mozilla describes it:
It's about enabling more people to take advantage of the full power of the Web and giving them better access to easily discover, enjoy and share content that can change their lives. Through Firefox Flicks we are creating energy for our upcoming mobile OS that will deliver on this promise.
Those who decide to make a film have a shot at winning prizes in three categories:
If you find yourself interested in the idea of being featured in one of Mozilla's marketing campaigns, or just winning a cash prize; you'll want to check out the filmmaker's creative brief for all the details on the competition. If you find yourself lacking inspiration, you can check out the winners of last year's competition at the bottom of Mozilla's blog post.
The Firefox Flicks 2013 competition will start on February 13 and run through July 31.