Autodesk Best of the Best Show Reel 2012 — Call for Submissions

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Autodesk issued a call for submissions for the 2012 Best of the Best Show Reel, which will premiere at NAB on April 16 in Las Vegas, NV. The reel will be showcased in front of thousands of broadcast and film professionals at the Autodesk NAB booth (SL3315) from April 16-19, on AREA, the Autodesk Web site, Autodesk You Tube Channel and at other events throughout the year.

Commercial, broadcast, music video, episodic, short, feature film, digital media, and interactive projects created during 2011 using any of the following Autodesk Digital Entertainment Creation software tools are eligible for submission: Flame Premium, Flame, Smoke, Maya, 3ds Max, Softimage, MotionBuilder and Mudbox. Autodesk is also seeking high-resolution images for inclusion in its marketing materials leading up to and surrounding NAB.

To submit your work or learn more about the submission process, please visit:

http://www.autodesk.com/film-submityourwork

The deadline for imagery submission is December 9th, 2011, and the deadline for video content submissions is February 24th, 2012.

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