SA Fly Fishing Film and Photographic competition

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Posted on 21st August 2011 by admin in Competitions

The Safari and Film Africa SA Fly Fishing Film and Photographic competition is being held between the dates of 1st September 2011 and 28th February 2012. It is open to all South African Residents and all material must be fly fishing related but can be footage taken fly fishing anywhere in the world.

There are heaps of prizes up for grabs, including winner’s prizes, prizes for the first 3 entries received and lucky draw prizes! Winning sequences shall be uploaded to YOUTUBE. This event, the first of its kind in South Africa, will give budding film makers and the ordinary fly fisherman a chance to showcase their talents, adventures or something amazing they have captured whilst enjoying the art that is fly fishing.

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The competition has 3 categories in the Film section and a single category in the Photographic section. Only entries into any of the film categories may enter a Photographic image and this will be limited to 2 images. An entrant may submit material for as many categories as they choose and may have multiple entries in a single category but will have to pay the entrance fee upon each submission. We are also excited to announce that Tom Sutcliffe will be doing the judging for the Photographic entries in the competition.

The 3 Film Categories are:

  1. Salt Water: This is open to any sequence fly fishing related in Salt water. It will have a maximum length of 5 min.
  2. Fresh Water: This is open to any sequence fly fishing related in Fresh water. It will have a maximum length of 5 min.
  3. Best Clip: Any clip fly fishing related that does not exceed 1min in length. It must be a continuous clip without any breaks.

For each entry into the film competition an entrant will be allowed to submit 2 Photographic images fly fishing related. This is an open category and may include salt water, fresh water or abstract.

Formats accepted for submission:

  • AVI on Mini DV
  • MOV, Mts or M2t on master DVD
  • 16:9 Widescreen mode

Download the entry form by clicking here.

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