Presidential hopefuls as American Idol stars in new contest

Falcon Productions announces its first ever Instant Video Contest. Every entry received will get a press release, and the winner receives $500! The theme is Presidential Candidates as American Idol contestants.

Hollywood, Calif. (RUSHPRNEWS) April 20, 2008 — Falcon Productions is announcing its first Instant Video contest. This week the topic is “What would it look like if presidential candidates McCain, Clinton, and Obama were contestants on American Idol?”

That is the only guideline. The funniest video in the opinion of the judges will win the Grand Prize, but every video properly submitted will receive a press release. So, everyone wins!

Because the duration of the contest is so short, they are not looking for polished production values. Impersonations are fine, as are standup routines. Videos can concentrate on one, two, or all three candidates. Obscenity, violence, and hate speech or images are not acceptable. Determination of which videos meet the standards is entirely up to the judges.

Videos can be in any format, even cellphone. They must be posted to a universally accessible site, such as Break.com, Metacafe.com, or YouTube. The link to the site must be sent to us by email by April 29, 2008 at midnight. All decisions of the judges are final.

Every entry received by April 29 will get its own press release, designed to improve its visibility and search engine rankings. The winning entry will receive the $500 Grand Prize. Start shooting!

Contact Details: Falcon Productions
3170 Bonita Rd. #137
Bonita, California, US 91910
(626)230-8862

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