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Attention, Filmmakers: RED Digital Cinema Wants Your Submissions to its YouTube Channel

Photo of Brandon Latham By Brandon Latham | Indiewire July 14, 2014 at 12:44PM

RED Digital Cinema has launched a YouTube page for people to showcase their RED-shot works as a way to mutually advocate for one another by demonstrating your talents and the cameras capabilities.
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RED Digital Cinema

RED Digital Cinema, producers of top of the line filmmaking technology, has launched a YouTube page for people to showcase their RED-shot works as a way to mutually advocate for one another by demonstrating your talents and the cameras capabilities. 

To submit your material to Shot on RED, where selected user submissions will go live on the channel, email your project to youtube@red.com with appropriate information and credits.

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The channel contains a variety of video content which is all shot on RED cameras. Included is everything from advocacy pieces to silent shorts, from Red's visionary showcase the "RED Collective" to submissions to the RED Film Festival. Your video, as long as it is shot by some of these cameras, could also be included, a beneficial showcase for filmmakers.

Here are three examples of what is found on Shot on RED:

"Close"
Director: Jon Lindroth
Producer: Johan Lehman
Starring Sandra Nilsson
Shot with: RED EPIC-X

"Confluence"
Director/Editor: Noah Shulman
Art & Design: Ion Popian
Director of Photography: Timur Civan
Producers: Ion Popian, Noah Shulman
Shot with: RED EPIC

"June in Whistler"
Director: Brian Hockenstein
Thanks to: Zac Moxley, Chris Ricci, Leo Zuckerman, Brandon Kelly, Aaron Leyland, Leo Hoorn, Sherpas Cinema, Trennon Paynter, Rory Bushfield, Andrea Helleman
Shot with: RED EPIC

This article is related to: RED Digital Cinema, Filmmaker Toolkit: Exhibition, Filmmaker Toolkit: Technology, Filmmaker Toolkit: Publicity, YouTube, Cameras, Tech







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