Photo Stories Contest for CINE-BOOKS.com
Create your own Photo Story and win the Grand Prize – $1,000!
Join the Photo Stories Contest with the overall prize fund of $3,000.
Prove yourself in a new genre which combines photography and cinematography!
CINE-BOOKS Platform invite photographers and filmmakers, professional and amateur, to join the Photo Stories Contest!
Our Photo Stories is a photo-comics format with a dynamic plot, charismatic characters, and an unpredictable outcome. The plot is built according to the rules of dramaturgy: the setup – the opposition – the climax – the resolution. The best-suited genres for stories are focused on the young adult (YA) audience. Your story must be unpredictable and out of the ordinary.
Grand Prize – $1000
The best work according to the Jury’s choice.
Best Photography – $500
Artistic and imaginative visual embodiment.
Best Plot – $500
An original, consistent plot built according to the rules of dramaturgy.
Best Direction – $500
Professional staging and representation of acting within static frames.
Users’ Choice – $500
The best work according to the users voting.
ALL THE WORKS selected by the moderators, with the consent of the authors, will be added after the contest for a paid Premium Channel. Additionally, their authors will get passive income from the views of channel subscribers.
Grand Prize $1000 – the best work according to the Jury’s choice; Best Photography $500 –
artistic and imaginative visual embodiment; Best Plot $500 – an original, consistent plot built according to the rules of dramaturgy; Best Direction $500 – professional staging and representation of acting within static frames; Users’ Choice $500 – the best work according to the users voting.
The age of the participants is not limited. The works of participants who have not reached legal majority age are accepted for the competition with the consent of the parents or guardians.
Copyrights & Usage Rights:
The competition organizer has the right to use fragments of competitive works for marketing purposes to advertise the contest without notifying the author and without paying the author's fee. The copyright is reserved for the participant.