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MAKE A SCENE! OSKAR SUPPORTS THE CREATION OF NEW CZECH MOVIES

17. May 2004

Oskar gives talented people a chance to express themselves – this time on the movie screen! Anyone able to hold on to a pen* is encouraged to submit a movie concept to the “Make a scene“ contest kicking off today and running until July 4**. The winning movie concept selected by an expert panel of judges composed of leading Czech movie producers and directors will be made into a film by one of the big names in contemporary Czech cinematography. As evaluating the best movie theme may be far from easy, Oskar’s film jury will also select six additional concepts to be used for short films. The only limitation for wanna-be moviemakers is the extent of the movie theme which should not exceed three pages of written text. “We want to hear from anyone who believes they can make their mark in the movie industry,“ says Igor Prerovsky, Vice President Brand & Communications at Oskar.

Oskar gives talented people a chance to express themselves – this time on the movie screen! Anyone able to hold on to a pen* is encouraged to submit a movie concept to the “Make a scene“ contest kicking off today and running until July 4**.

The winning movie concept selected by an expert panel of judges composed of leading Czech movie producers and directors will be made into a film by one of the big names in contemporary Czech cinematography.

As evaluating the best movie theme may be far from easy, Oskar’s film jury will also select six additional concepts to be used for short films.

The only limitation for wanna-be moviemakers is the extent of the movie theme which should not exceed three pages of written text.

“We want to hear from anyone who believes they can make their mark in the movie industry,“ says Igor Prerovsky, Vice President Brand & Communications at Oskar. “The contest is aimed not only at scriptwriters, but also at cinematography students, who will be invited to participate in the making of short movies under the supervision of an experienced producer,“ Igor adds.

In addition, Oskar will support the creation of movies financially. The creator of the winning concept will be awarded a prize of 77,777 Czech Crowns (Kc). Authors of the additional short films will receive digital cameras worth 20,000 Kc. “In addition to coming up with the idea to hold a competition, we will also contribute financially towards shooting the feature film as well as the short films. Our objective is to open up opportunities for people that would otherwise not be available to them,“ Prerovsky explains.

More information and application form is available on www.delejtesceny.cz.

*Well, it’s not going to be that easy. Bad luck for authors of movie themes or screenplays that have already been made into a movie on general release – such individuals are not eligible to enter. Also excluded are employees of Oskar and partner companies participating in the project. The same restriction applies to their family members. The movie themes submitted should not promote addiction to drugs or explicit violence. Likewise, themes for horror or sci-fi movies will not be eligible to advance to the finals.

** Yes, it’s U.S.Independence Day. However, references to this movie theme are purely coincidental. Will Smith has not been booked for the movie shoot.