MCard Film Competition

Does your school want to win some great Prizes? Why not enter our Film Competition!

We have just launched a fantastic competition that we think you and your students are going to love.

All you have to do is make a film that is shot in West Yorkshire that somehow relates to trains or buses or both. These are the only constraints so it’s a great chance to unleash your creativity!

You could make your own bus or train in the classroom or playground using chairs and props!

Sneaky insider tip: To earn bonus points from the distinguished judging panel, include the MCard brand or Smartcard in your film.

We’re expecting plenty of entries, so show us something different. Something we wouldn’t have come up with on our own.

Vouchers, Cameras, Tablets and other goodies will be given out throughout the competition with the award for overall Best Film being a private screening of your school's film at Leeds Everyman Cinema for you and up to 40 guests. In addition there’ll be a showing of a feature film of your choice, with drinks and pizza. What a great school trip that would be!

MCards have been transforming public transport in West Yorkshire since their launch last year. Check out our Zombie movie that came out in May to promote MCard products then go away and show us what you can come up with. Follow this link to see the movie

So the Important stuff…

The Brief

1. Your film must be about buses & trains in West Yorkshire

2. You can use film or animation

3. Your entry must be between 10 seconds & 3 minutes

4. Your entry must be submitted via YouTube before 20 December 2014. See for more details.

Grand Prize winner announced by 14 January 2015

Terms and Conditions are on the competition website, please read carefully to avoid being disqualified in any way.

Follow MCard on Facebook and let us know what you think of the entries so far!

Good Luck!

MCard Team



Published: 07/11/2014
Audience: Teachers, Students, Schools, Film, Creative, Drama
Contact: Feona Hopkins

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