Participants must be 17 years old or younger on July 3, 2011 to enter
Submit your videos for a chance to film with TGR during the 2011/2012 season and have an edit of your best video shown on One For The Road's film tour. Additionally, each month's best video as determined by TGR will win a GoPro HD Camera for the contest's five month duration.
What You Need You Know
-You may submit up to 1 video/month
-Our favorite video from each month will win a GoPro HD Camera
-Multiple submissions are not required and a single edit can win the Grand Prize
-While a killer edit may suffice, multiple submissions may help us get to know you better
-Facebook "Likes" and voting will not influence judging but will help get your video seen
Athletes must be 17 years old or younger on July 3, 2011 and a member of the TGR community to enter. All athletes must have permission from their parents or legal guardian to enter this contest. Participants that are 12 years old or younger must have a parent or legal guardian submit their edits and verify their consent by checking the appropriate box to confirm that they have read and agree to these rules.
You must register/sign up as a member of tetongravity.com to submit videos and must do so via the contest's submission page.
You may submit up to one video each month. Videos must be under 3 minutes. You must have rights from the filmer to submit the footage. Music must be cleared for posting in the edit on the Internet. Footage can be from anywhere in the world and made up of park, urban, powder, big mountain etc.
Submissions will close July 3rd, 2011
Teton Gravity Research athletes and production team members will review the videos by July 31th, 2011 and pick the first place and grand prize winners. Members of the TGR production team will choose the monthly GoPro winners. All rulings are final.
Get your video noticed by having your friends rate and vote for your video. While this will help increase expousre of your video, will not influence the outcome of the contest.
Quality of action and level of riding are the main deciding factors. A tight edit with your best footage will probably score better with the judges. Do not make them wait through your B shots to see your A shots. Length of video is not a deciding factor. We need to see enough to see your skills. A tight 2 minute edit will usually be more impressive than a loose 3 minute edit. Multiple submissions are not required and a single edit can win the Grand Prize, however multiple submissions may help us get to know you better.
Judges will include Sammy Carlson, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Jeremy Jones and members of the TGR production team.
Ability to Accept Terms of Service:
You affirm that you are either over 18 years of age, an emancipated minor or possess legal parental or guardian consent, and are fully able and competent to enter into the terms, conditions, obligations, affirmations, representations, and warranties set forth in these Terms of Service, and to abide by and comply with these Terms of Service. In any case, you affirm that you are over the age of 12, as the TGR Website is not intended for children under 13. Participants that are 12 years old or younger must have a parent or legal guardian submit their edits and verify their consent by checking the appropriate box to confirm that they have read and agree to these rules.
By submitting footage, you are authorizing Teton Gravity Research to use and feature the complete edit on tetongravity.com in perpetuity. The complete video will remain intact with full credit to the athlete and the filmer. In addition, the footage can be edited and used by TGR for highlight reels and promotional materials related to this contest and future TGR video contests. The athlete, production company, and/or filmer will maintain full rights and copyright to all footage submitted. TGR will have no copyright or ownership of footage, just licensed rights as listed above.
The Grand Prize winner will win a chance to film with TGR for their 2012 film. They will be invited on a film shoot with TGR during the 2011/2012 season. If the shots from the shoot look good, the Grand Prize winner's footage will be used in TGR's 2012 film.
One skier and one snowboarder will win the first place prize. Edited down versions of the winning videos will play before every "One For The Road" premiere during TGR's 2011 movie tour. These edits will also be featured as movie extras on the film's DVD and Blu-Ray. TGR will have rights to use the winning edit as well as the edited version of the edit in perpetuity and in all media. The filmer will maintain rights to all the raw footage in the edit. A full resolution version of the winning edit must be submitted no later than August 7th for inclusion in TGR's 2011 Ski and Snowboard film. Employees of TGR and their families are not eligible for entry into the contest.
Each month's best edit as determined by TGR will win a GoPro HD Camera for the contest's five month duration. We encourage participants to submit multiple edits throughout the season in addition to their final edit to help us get to know them better and to increase their odds of winning a GoPro. Multiple submissions are not required and a single edit can win the Grand Prize, however multiple submissions may help us get to know you better.
All decisions by TGR are final. TGR reserves the right to make any changes to the format, rules, and submission requirements at anytime during the contest.
Please submit all questions related to the contest to email@example.com