Become a prize-winning fashion film director

You don’t necessarily need a Director’s chair and the kaleidoscopic mind of Christopher Nolan to direct a film. At least, not when you’ve got French Connection’s new ‘Make A Scene’ project to help you piece it all together.

Rather than simply put together a fashion film for their spring 2013 campaign and let you sit idly by watching it, French Connection have opened it up so anyone can get in on the action. It’s like a fashion film campaign gone choose-your-own-adventure.

It’s easy enough to follow and you don’t need to do any of your own filming or scoring, all of the footage and sound options are provided – it’s just up to you to get creative in editing it together. Oh, and you’ll also be in the running to win a trip for two to the Sydney Film Festival, a shopping spree, and to see your film play in the brand’s actual advertising campaign.

Head to the Make A Scene page to create your own film now.

The best part? Getting to see your name credited as the Director. Next stop, The Oscars.

Make A Scene French Connection competition

Here’s one I created, contrasting romantic imagery to a tense score. A love story, or a mystery? You decide.

Make yours here.

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