Mozilla's Firefox Flicks Contest Is Calling for Your Short Video

There are lots of people in the U.S. gearing up for a long Memorial Day weekend, and if you happen to have extra time on your hands this weekend you may want to consider entering Mozilla’s Firefox Flicks contest. It’s a global video contest designed to give budding filmmakers the opportunity to create and submit short videos about letting people discover "the power of the web on mobile devices." (We covered it when it launched.) If you submit a short video by May 29, you qualify for Mozilla’s Early Entry status and you’ll be automatically entered to compete for the Grand Prize. Here is more on the prizes and rules.  Mozilla has a number of example videos from the contest online and you can view them here.  The contest runs through July 31, and winners will be chosen from four regions around the world: North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific and Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The Grand Prize winner will fly to Los Angeles to work with producers (and Flicks judges) Franklin Leonard and Couper Samuelson, and representatives from Panavision to professionally produce their winning entry using professional equipment. If you submit a flick by May 29,

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