City Slang: Rock Hard Film Fast music video competition coming soon

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Rock Hard Film Fast, Detroit’s first ever music video competition, will take place June 6-8.

More information can be found at the Facebook page, and entry forms are available at the official website.

Here’s what they had to say: “Rock Hard Film Fast is not just another film or music video competition. Our mission is to provide a platform where all Detroit regional film and musical talent can share the spotlight and gain notoriety in an environment that fosters creativity, community and collaboration. The Rock Hard Film Fast mission also involves partnering with various Non-Profits in the Detroit areato create awareness and bring support to these organizations. Best of all, this music video competition awards prizes and a bit of cash, in a variety of categories!
The RHFF competition matches up Detroit regional filmmakers and musicians and/or their music and on June 6, 7 and 8, 2014 filmmakers will compete against each other for prizes, to create a one of a kind music video, within a not so leisurely weekend.”


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