Universal Music and progressive, classical music act Era were in search of an aspiring filmmaker to come up with a “treatment” for a music video to be premiered at a central London cinema, aired on MTV and Vh1, as well as through Era’s online networks. The selected filmmaker would receive up to $10,000 of filmmaking equipment and the honor of working with the world’s largest record company. Additionally, $5000 is being distributed between the rest of the filmmakers who submitted.
After a successful voting period and deliberation by Era and Universal Music, the chosen winner of this filmmaker search is Adrian Picardi. Check out his mind-blowing submission below:
Adrian graduated from the Los Angeles Film School at the age of 19. His first student film, ‘His Day to Remember,’ won the Cinematic Flim2Music competition and was also screed at Sundance that same year!
He is best known for securing a spot as one of the young, up and coming filmmakers the industry has seen and for winning a series of online short film contests, now including this one! Adrian works with extremely low budgets but his films are always commercially appealing and visually stunning!
We featured Adrian on our website a while back and could not be more proud of him! Congratulations, Adrian and thank you to all of the filmmakers for your hard work! It does not go unnoticed!