Making Documentary Films On Dumpster Subjects
Our Indiana-based company is more than just a dumpster business; it is a way for us to show that we care about our environment and our future! If you are looking into options for young artists, make sure you read this article, because our Dumpster Rental Company is currently funding documentary films about dumpsters! Read more in the article below.
What Kind Of Films Do You Sponsor?
We sponsor the making of any film about dumpsters in the USA and their use because we would like people to learn more about dumpsters and dumpster rentals. Also, we put an accent on ideas which will make documentaries, so fiction movies will not be sponsored.
Who Can Make The Dumpster Movie?
We are not looking for professional filmmakers, but rather ordinary people with a passion for telling a story through a lens of their camera. There are no age limits, and no professional limits, still we will try to put an accent on amateur movie makers rather than seasoned directors. Still, our company’s management sincerely doubts that James Cameron would find this call interesting!
How Long The Movie Should Be?
The movie should not be longer than 30 minutes, because of the time of projection and we hope to project many movies during our special surprise day when we will be promoting not just our company but the use of dumpsters in the USA.
Should I Film In Indiana?
The call is for anyone who lives in any part of USA and has a dumpster story they would like to tell. So, even though our company is based in Indiana, you do not have to use Indiana as a place of filming at all.
The winner will be rewarded with our services for a year, as well as second place for six months and third place for three months. However, we will also be funding the expenses of film making and the cost of your arrival for Movie Night in Indiana when we will be showing all the films in this competition.
Any Other Questions?
Do you have any other questions you may hope to find an answer for? Make sure you write us and ask everything you would like to know regarding this competition. We hope to hear from many your film enthusiasts who are also worried about our environment as much as we are.