People Cinema is a platform where filmmakers can upload trailers to be considered by the HUB community with the chance of UK national broadcast and distribution.
Peoples Cinema gives the voters power, choice and influence. Peoples Cinema's new model of film selection makes the people the committee that votes on what they want to see.
Basically for a small administration fee filmmakers upload their 3,5 or 10 minute short film trailer to the website and use their social media, and general communications with friends and family to get them to vote via the Peoples Cinema website. The trailers in the 3, 5 and 10 minute film category with the most votes at the end of the campaign cycle (4 - 8 weeks) will be declared the winner and will get their film broadcasted on the Peoples Cinema TV show aired throughout that month on Sky. The filmmaker gains a tv broadcast credit and real life experience of pitching and getting themselves noticed by their peers.
British TV Broadcast Credit from Sky Showcase channel 191.
Peoples Cinema accredited certificate certifying them as a winner of that particular campaign cycle.
The winning short films will be put on the Peoples Cinemas Ones To Watch part of the website.
Peoples Cinema General Terms and Conditions
As at 1st May 2021
Peoples Cinema Disclaimer of Liability
Please read this disclaimer carefully before using this website.
The content of this website is the intellectual property of People’s Cinema (PC). You may not reuse, republish or reprint such content without the written consent of PC.
All information posted by PC or any third party is merely for educational and informational purposes. It is not intended as a substitute for professional advice. Should you decide to act upon any information on this website you do so at your own risk.
While the information on this website has been verified to the best of PC’s abilities, we can not guarantee that there are no mistakes or errors.
We do not accept the responsibility of any third party that promotes, advertises or makes any offers on The PC website or any other material that is associated with PC and you should always do your own research to ensure that you are dealing with reputable people and companies and that if you are meeting any person or persons that you might find on this website or any third party via this site please make sure you are safe.
We reserve the right to change this policy at any given time.
If you wish to keep up to date with the latest changes, we advise you to frequently visit this page.
“People’s Cinema.” “PC” Means the trade name, brand, website that are owned and operated by Lawcatz Ltd a Limited Company registered in England and Wales with Company number 11038778 whose registered office is 10 Jeans Lane, Bishop’s Stortford, Herts CM23 2WN.
“Subscribers” means anyone who owns and submits a film.
“People’s Cinema Review TV show” means the monthly TV show that will be broadcast on Sky TV
“Programme material” means any content of any trailer, film, video, programme, graphic file, logo, profiles or any other content for broadcast or shown on the website provided by the subscriber.
“Technical requirements” means technical requirements relating to material as are issued by People’s Cinema from time to time.
“Voter” Any person that chooses to vote on the website.
“A voter” means a person who votes by using his/her own personal email address.
“ A reviewer” means any person that produces a review of any film or article or equipment or any item relating film or TV or any person that makes comment on any thing shown on the PC website or TV show.
“ The Website” Means the People’s Cinema ‘s Website.
Submission of material.
Any subscriber may submit as many films as they wish provided they pay the appropriate fee.
All material must be submitted in their final form for approval
People’s Cinema reserves the right to reject any submission without reason.
People’s Cinema reserves the right to insert adverts during any film.
All material must be delivered in a recognized format.
People’s Cinema reserves the right to reject any material without reason
The subscriber must own all of the rights including images, music, graphics.
The material must be in good taste and must not be offensive, or racist. People’s Cinema have the final decision whether the film submitted is acceptable.
The subscriber must confirm that the film is their own work and that it is cleared for broadcast world wide.
People’s Cinema do not accept any responsibility for the film or the content of the film.
By submitting a trailer or film The subscriber confirms that there is no dispute or other contract relating to the film or its content.
By submitting the film the subscriber gives permission to People’s Cinema to shown the film on any website or TV programme.
Reviews and comments are the personal opinions of the reviewers who do so without accepting any liability and responsibility. PC do not accept any responsibility or liability for anything the reviewers or comments say or write.
Any person who comes on to the People’s Cinema Website for the purpose of insulting any person or work will be banned.
Constructive criticism is welcome but we all know the difference. If you feel that you are being trolled please let Admin know.
We will act.
The decision of whether any act is trolling or the decision to ban any person will be decided by an independent Lawyer and will be final.
A voter has only one vote per campaign.
A voter must vote for 3 films in order of preference but can use the random button after the first choice.
If the voter fails to vote for three films then the vote is void and will not be counted.
People’s Cinema reserves the right to reject any voter without giving any reason.
By voting the voter accepts the terms and conditions.
The subscriber can vote for his own film.
The votes will added up each campaign and will be ratified by the PC Team. .
The PC Team will take no personal responsibility.
The decision of the PC Team is final.
The decision of the PC Team will sent to the winners and the decision will be posted on the website.
The aim is for the voting to be completely transparent and the voting will be available for viewing on the website.
There is no fee to vote.
People’s Cinema takes no responsibility for any film, image, trailer, photograph.
All films will be stored on the People’s Cinema website and will be available by any visitor to the website.
People’s Cinema reserves the right to dispose of any material without notice.
Payment must be made at the same time as submitting any material.
Payment can be made using People’s Cinema Stripe Account.
People’s Cinema do not give any refunds in any circumstances.
No receipt will be given other than the Stripe receipt.
Transmission on Sky.
People’s Cinema have agreed with Information TV for the transmission on Sky. Please refer to Information TV for full terms and conditions.
GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS relating to the Transmission Agreement
These General Terms and Conditions are incorporated into and part of any agreement relating to the broadcast by Information TV of programmes supplied by Client. Client acknowledges, by its signature to the Transmission Agreement that it has read and agrees to these terms as a binding component of the Transmission Agreement.
SELECTION OF PROGRAMMES FOR BROADCAST
Information TV is solely responsible for the editorial control of programmes broadcast on its Channel(s). After discussion with Client, Information TV will determine the selection and scheduling of Client Programmes which Information TV is prepared to transmit, and will inform Client of its decisions regarding selection and scheduling, which details shall form part of the Transmission Agreement.
Information TV may permit Client to submit additional Programme Materials related to its Programmes. These may include Advertisements, Promotions and other formats deemed acceptable by Information TV. These will be detailed in the Transmission Agreement.
If Information TV agrees to allow Client so supply Advertisements, they must be pre-cleared by Information TV’s Managing Editor.
Information TV will not accept Programmes or other Programme Materials which include Competitions.
Information TV will not accept Programmes or other Programme materials which include “voting” (whether utilising premium rate services or not) unless Client satisfies Information TV that it has in place independent audit arrangements as required by the appropriate regulations.
Information TV reserves its absolute right to modify its requirements and conditions of broadcast of any Programmes and/or Programme Materials during the Term of the Transmission Agreement, specifically (but not exclusively) as a result of regulatory requirements as they change from time to time.
PROVISION AND PLACEMENT OF PROMOTIONAL VIDEOS
Prior to the commencement of the service the Client shall provide Information TV with a minimum of one 10 second, one 20 second and one 30 second promotional video for the programmes.
Information TV shall schedule a minimum of one 10 second, one 20 second and one 30 second promotional video per 24 broadcast day on the channel to promote the Client’s programming
The Client authorises Information TV to place the Clients promotional videos on other Information TV channels and third Party channels for the purposes of cross promotion of the Client’s programming.
Information TV shall at its sole discretion schedule promotional videos from third Party’s on the channel, for the avoidance of doubt this may include promotional videos in and around the Client programming.
APPROVAL OF PROGRAMMES AND PROGRAMME MATERIALS (together referred to as the “Materials”)
All Materials must be submitted in their final form for approval to Information TV’s Managing Editor.
All Programmes must be supplied with “break patterns” as laid down by Information TV.
All Materials must be supplied in a form appropriate for pre-watershed Transmission, unless the Transmission Agreement specifies that Transmission will only occur post-watershed.
Information TV may require to impose special conditions during the periods of Elections and Referendums before approving Materials for Transmission, and herby has the right to modify the terms of the Transmission Agreement accordingly.
If Information TV permits Client to supply Advertisements, Promotions, Sponsor Bumpers or other non-Programme materials, they must be supplied separately from Programmes.
All Materials which in the sole opinion of Information TV are targeted at children, or are reasonably likely to be viewed by children will be subject to special scrutiny by Information TV before being approved for Transmission.
Information TV shall be entitled to make any changes (and/or may require Client to make any changes) to the Materials that Information TV considers necessary or desirable before Transmission. Where such changes are made by Information TV, Client will be responsible for all reasonable costs incurred.
On screen identification of the Client as sponsor or supplier of the Programmes will be in accordance with Information TV’s requirements and must conform to OFCOM and any other regulatory standards and restrictions.
In the event that, in Information TV’s opinion, changes in TV broadcast regulations or in the interpretation thereof by the relevant regulators affect Information TV’s considered ability to broadcast the Materials, Information TV hereby reserves the right, in its absolute discretion, to refuse to transmit the Materials. The Client shall remain liable to pay charges for any Materials which Information TV declines to transmit.
Information TV shall be entitled to insert advertising and promotional materials in breaks in and around the Programmes at its absolute discretion, unless specifically excluded in the Transmission Agreement.
Information TV hereby reserves the right, in its absolute discretion, and without incurring any liability to the Client therefor, to refuse to transmit any Materials as a result of any of the circumstances in this Clause 2, or otherwise without giving any reason for so declining. Client shall not be liable to charges levied by Information TV for any Materials which Information TV declines to transmit unless the Client is in breach of the Transmission Agreement or these General Terms & Conditions.
3. DELIVERY OF MATERIALS
(a) The delivery of Materials is to be made by Client (at its sole risk and expense) to Information TV at its offices at 64 Newman St, London W1T 3EF, not less than seven (7) days before the date of intended Transmission. Delivery may be by electronic means, using facilities acceptable to Information TV.
(b) Information TV shall have no obligation to accept late delivery of Programme Materials. Delivery shall be deemed to have been made if the Technical Requirements have been met and all relevant transmission instructions are given to and accepted by Information TV in respect of all materials required for the planned Transmission.
(c) In no event shall Information TV be liable for any delay in delivery, loss of or damage to any of the Materials unless the same was proven to be in Information TV’s possession or control at the time of damage or loss.
(d) Any waiver provided by Information TV in an attempt to transmit Materials which have been received late shall be entirely on the basis of “reasonable best efforts” by Information TV, who shall not be liable for any direct or consequential losses incurred by Client through Information TV’s failure to transmit the Materials as planned.
(e) If Client fails to deliver the Materials as aforesaid it will remain liable for payment of the charges specified in the Transmission Agreement and all costs and charges associated with the planned transmission of the Materials involved.
4. TRANSMISSION AND ‘MAKE GOOD’
(a) If a Programme is not transmitted by Information TV according to the planned schedule supplied to Client, and provided Client is not in breach of any of the requirements of these General Terms and Conditions, Information TV will endeavour (but does not guarantee) to transmit the Programme at some other time and/or date being a time/date reasonably agreeable to the Client. If any offer of an alternative time or date for such Transmission is not acceptable (or not made by Information TV), Information TV shall not levy charges to the Client for the relevant non-Transmission of the Materials, but Client shall not have any claim against Information TV in respect of non-Transmission.
(b) To the fullest extent permitted by law, Information TV shall incur no liability whatsoever for any failure to transmit all or any part of any Materials throughout the entirety of the Territory. To the fullest extent permitted by law, Information TV shall not liable for any Transmission error in respect of any Programme transmitted in the Territory.
(c) Client agrees that as the transmission of Information TV is unencrypted, it will be possible to receive the Programme outside of the Territory. The Client therefore additionally indemnifies Information TV for any claim or consequence arising from viewership of the Materials outside of the Territory.
Transmission of the Materials for all purposes under these General Terms and Conditions shall be deemed to have taken place if the Transmission Log records that Transmission has taken place.
(e) Client irrevocably and unconditionally licenses Information TV:
(i) to transmit any Materials via the Information TV television channel(s), its websites, and any IP-delivered manifestation of the Channel(s);
(ii) to transmit any Programme at any time or times in addition to those agreed with Client. Such additional broadcasts will not be regarded by client as commitment by Information TV to maintain them.
(iii) to use all or any part of the Programme Materials to produce and show promotional and informational materials for Information TV.
PAYMENT AND CANCELLATION OR POSTPONEMENT
(a) All orders accepted by Information TV are firm and must be paid for in strict accordance with the terms set out in the Payment Schedule and the resultant invoices submitted by Information TV. Any costs associated with any changes, edits, insertions etc made by Information TV shall become due not less than seven (7) days before the start of the Transmission.
(b) Any request for postponement or rescheduling of any Materials shall be granted at the sole discretion of Information TV and the Client hereby agrees to meet all costs and expenses incurred by Information TV arising out of such postponement or rescheduling.
6. CLIENT’S WARRANTIES AND INDEMNITIES
Client warrants, represents, and undertakes to Information TV as follows:
All content of the Programmes will be factually correct, will not be misleading in any way at date of Transmission and not infringe any copyright or be defamatory of any third party;
(b) All necessary consents, licenses and permissions for the Transmission of the Materials have been obtained and paid for. Including but not limited to, any payments required to be made to PRS, MCPS, PPL, VPL and any other collecting societies. Any additional payments for such licenses and permissions required by the actual Transmissions of the Materials by Information TV will be reimbursed to Information TV by Client;
(c) The Materials will comply with all applicable laws and regulations including, without limitation, the Technical Requirements and the Codes;
Client has taken or will take all necessary steps before submission of the Programme to Information TV to ensure that nothing is, or will be, contained in the Programme (or any promos or trailers for the Programme) which might make its Transmission illegal or actionable for any reason in the Territory;
Client will fully indemnify and keep Information TV fully indemnified against all actions, proceedings, costs, damages expenses, penalties, claims, demands and liabilities (including any costs, damages and payments whatsoever made on advice of counsel to settle any claim) arising from any breach of Client’s warranties or obligations contained in these General Terms and Conditions, or as a consequence of the use, recording, Transmission or broadcasting of the Materials in the form submitted by the Client or edited.
7. TERMINATION BY INFORMATION TV
(a) Information TV may immediately terminate this Agreement at any time on written notice to the Client in the event that (a) the Client commits any material breach of any of the General Terms or Conditions; or
(b) Client becomes insolvent, is placed in receivership, liquidation or bankruptcy; compounds with its creditors or fails to satisfy any judgment entered against it.
Any termination under this Clause shall be without prejudice to all rights and/or remedies of Information TV.
If the Transmission Agreement is terminated for whatever reason, then the mutual obligations of the parties hereto shall cease provided that any moneys due to either party by the other before such termination shall continue to be owed.
8. EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS
(a) These General Terms and Conditions and the documents referred to constitute a material part of the Transmission Agreement between the Parties, and together represent the entire understanding of the Parties relating to the subject matter of the Transmission Agreement. The Parties confirm that in entering into The Transmission Agreement they have not relied on any statement, representation, warranty, understanding or assurance other than as expressly set out in these General Terms and Conditions and the documents referred to and they irrevocably waive all claims, rights and remedies which but for this clause they might otherwise have in relation to any such statement or representation.
(b) Subject to clause 7(d), Information TV will not be liable in contract, tort, (including negligence) or in any other way for: (i) any loss of revenues, profits, loss of business or contracts, or failure to realise anticipated savings; (ii) loss of goodwill or reputation; or (iii) any indirect or consequential losses suffered or incurred by Client arising out of or in connection with the Transmission Agreement.
(c) Subject to clause 7(4), Information TV's aggregate liability in respect of any losses or liability suffered or incurred by Client arising out of or in connection with the Transmission Agreement shall be limited to the value of the charges payable for one (1) month by Client under the Transmission Agreement.
(d) Nothing in the Transmission Agreement or these General Terms and Conditions excludes or limits Information TV's liability for death, personal injury or fraud or for any liability that cannot be excluded or limited by law.
9. FORCE MAJEURE
Information TV shall not be liable for any breach of the Transmission Agreement caused by but not limited to fire, lightning, explosion, flood, hurricane, Act of God, inclement weather, precipitation, war, civil disorder, microwave link failure, disturbance to ground segment or uplink facility, the pre-emption of any transponder, power failure, satellite or transponder failure, cable network failure or for any other reason whatsoever beyond the control of Information TV (an “Event of Force Majeure”). If an event of Force Majeure prevents, restricts or curtails the Transmission of a Programme in accordance with the terms of the Transmission Agreement together with these General Terms and Conditions, the Transmission Agreement will be suspended until the Event of Force Majeure ends whereupon Information TV will subsequently Transmit such Programme(s) at such other times and on such other dates as it shall in its sole discretion determine, having due regard to discussions with Client.
(a) Any waiver given by Information TV with regard to a term or condition in these General Terms and Conditions must be in writing to be effective and shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any other term or condition of these General Terms and Conditions, nor a subsequent waiver of any term or condition.
(b) Any waiver given by Information TV with regard to any element of the Transmission Agreement must be in writing to be effective and shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any other term or condition of the Transmission Agreement, nor a subsequent waiver of any term or condition of the Transmission Agreement.
11. APPLICABLE LAW
These General Terms and Conditions shall be construed in accordance with English law, and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.
12. THIRD PARTIES
(a) No party that is not a party to the Transmission Agreement shall derive any rights under it nor have the right to enforce any of its terms.
(b) If Client utilizes the services of any Third Party in abiding by the General Terms and Conditions, Client will be responsible for ensuring that the Third Party acts in compliance with these General Terms and Conditions.
The Transmission Agreement together with these General Terms and Conditions constitutes the entire Agreement between Information TV and Client, to the exclusion of any other written and/or verbal representations or statements.
Words and phrases used in these terms and conditions shall, where the context allows, have the following meanings ascribed to them:
“Information TV” means Information TV and all related broadcast channels and the website (www.information.tv) that are owned and operated by Information TV Limited, a company registered in England and Wales with Company number 4733829, whose registered office is at 64 Newman St, London W1T 3EF. Information TV’s business operations are directed from its premises at 64 Newman St, London W1T 3EF.
“Channel” means the satellite broadcast channel operated by Information TV, to which the Transmission Agreement refers in respect of Client’s Materials.
“Client” means the Party whose details are set out in the Transmission Agreement.
“Codes” means Information TV’s programme standards, production standards and advertising standards, as varied from time to time, and includes any codes, guidelines, rules or regulations issued by OFCOM as may from time to time be in force during the term of the Transmission Agreement.
“OFCOM” means the broadcasting regulator which regulates Information TV’s Channel(s), and includes all subsidiary- and co-regulators, plus all Acts and AVMS Directives which give force to OFCOM’s regulatory powers for TV broadcasting.
“Programme(s)” means the Programme(s) described on the front page of this Agreement as amended or edited by Information TV in accordance of this Agreement.
“Programme Materials” and “Materials” means any content of any Promotional Video, Programme, Graphic file, logo or any other content for broadcast provided by Client or requested by the Client to be inserted into a Programme.
“Technical Requirements” are those technical requirements relating to Materials, as are issued by Information TV from time to time.
“Territory” means the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
“Transmission Agreement” means the contractual agreement between Information TV Ltd and Client, whereby Information TV undertakes to broadcast the Materials supplied by Client on Information TV’s nominated Channel(s), subject to these General Terms and Conditions.
“Transmission Log” is the daily record maintained by Information TV which records the date, time and identity of programming, advertisements, and other materials transmitted as part of the Information TV television service.
“Transmission” shall mean the sending of the Programme(s) from Information TV’s nominated transmission suite and, by whatever means, its broadcast within the Territory.
Other descriptive terms used in this document shall have the meaning normally adopted and utilised by professional broadcasters.
People’s Cinema will not be liable for any breach of transmission but not limited to fire, lighting, flood, hurricane,Act of God, element weather, precipitation of war, civil disorder, microwave link failure, disbursement of ground segment or uplink facility, the pre-emption of any transponder, power failure, cable network failure for any other reason whatsoever beyond the control of people’s Cinema. If in the event of Force Majeure prevents, restricts or curtails the transmission any material the transmission will be suspended until the event of the Force Majeure whereupon People’s Cinema will transmit such material as such after time and on such other dates it shall in its sole discretion determines having regard to discussions with the subscriber.
These terms and conditions shall be construed in accordance with English Law and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.
No party that is not a party to this agreement shall derive any rights under it or have the right enforce any term.
If the subscriber utilise any third partying bidding by the general terms and conditions, the subscriber will be responsible for ensuring that the third party acts in compliance with these general terms and conditions.
Peoples Cinema Rules & Awards
The competition is open to all non-established filmmakers in the UK. and internationally.
Each user can upload their own projects they have produced for others to view vote, like and share.
You must have full copyrights to the submitted material, including sound effects and music, actors, artwork or any other material, which is contained if used.
Competition submissions must not include any endorsements of products or services, or any obscene, violent, racist or defamatory content.
Incomplete entries or entries that do not comply with the formal specifications will be automatically disqualified.
Submissions may also not be accepted into the contest if the video entry features an identifiable individual who has not given their consent to appear or if the image features advertising or trademarks
All submitted films/Trailers should be no more than 36 months old from the submission date and meet with selection criteria as described below
Films that are available to purchase are not eligible. This includes DVD/Blu-ray/online digital download formats
Promotional films are not eligible (e.g. films promoting tourism, charitable appeals etc..)
CATEGORIES AND LENGTHS OF FILMS AND TRAILERS HAVE SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
‘Peoples Cinema’ has three length categories’ for films short-listed for ‘Peoples Cinema’ TV show;
3 minutes, 5 minutes & 10 minutes
Trailers lengths for respective categories are;
3-minute film equals 45 second or under trailer
5-minutes film equals 90 second or under trailer
10-minutes film equals 120 second or under trailer
Films from all categories (Fiction, Documentary, Animation and Social realism) must be UK premieres. Peoples Cinema’ encourages submissions which are national or international premieres.
Films that have been previously publicly screened, broadcast or otherwise made publicly available (including online) in the UK will not be considered.
PLEASE NOTE: Your fee is non-refundable. If your film does not meet the Peoples Cinema criteria and you still submit your film /trailer, we will not consider your film and will not refund your fee.
The final selection of all films presented/exhibited by Peoples Cinema and their placement in the ‘People Cinema’ programme is decided based on votes. PC Team at Peoples Cinema will moderate the Final films that are short listed to the grand final.
Peoples Cinema celebrates and champions’ new talent and creativity adhering to the art of film making recognising the outstanding achievements possible within the formats outlined above and provide support and encouragement for feature filmmakers of the future.
The award, which carries a prize, is open to films from afore mentioned categories. National and/or international are moderated by a panel of Peoples Cinema members selected at random, industry and academic film professionals.
Deadlines & Fees
Final deadline for receipt of submissions is based on the final date of a campaign cycle prior to ‘Peoples Cinema’ respective TV episode, which, is based on the campaign cycle.
Each campaign is based on a 4-6 week cycle. Votes are calculated and the trailer with the most votes has the film broadcast on the Peoples Cinema TV show.
Note: Films with the most votes make up a combination of 3, 5, & 10-minute films
One Fee £25.00
Payment must be made in POUNDS STERLING only. Please note that if you pay by credit card the exchange rates are determined on the date of the transaction.
The submission fee is non-refundable and we are unable to offer fee waivers.
RECEIPT OF SUBMISSION
After we have processed your submission a confirmation email will be sent to you.
Please allow 24 hours for your submission to be processed and confirmation to be sent.
Please note that we are unable to provide refunds on submission fees. It is the filmmakers’ responsibility to ensure that the submitted film meets the eligibility criteria. If a film becomes ineligible after it has been submitted, while we would be grateful if you let us know, we are unable to provide refunds for films already submitted.
Trailers that have been previously submitted for a campaign cycle can only be resubmitted if said trailer did not gain enough votes to go through to the Peoples Cinema TV show
Accordingly, you warrant and undertake to People Cinema that:
You have used your reasonable endeavours to ensure that the Content does not contain any viruses or malware and you will not upload any content which contains material which is unlawful for you to possess or which would be unlawful for us to use on the programme, Channel or ‘Peoples Cinema’ website.
CHANGE OF CONTACT DETAILS
Please make sure that you inform us of any changes to your contact details by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Email is the main form of communication used by the ‘Peoples Cinema Submissions team. It is vital that we have the correct information should we need to contact you regarding your submission.
Should your film win the ‘Peoples Cinema ‘ vote during a campaign cycle, your film should adhere to the ‘File Delivery Specification’ outline by Information TV
TRAILER SUBMISSIONS BY ORGANSATIONS
Peoples Cinema are happy to accept trailer submissions from professional organisations. Institutes, or Film schools submitting multiple films may contact Peoples Cinema via email to discuss multiple submissions.
SUCCESSFUL AND UNSUCCESSFUL TRAILER SUBMISSIONS
If your project is successful results will be posted on the website and you will be notified by ‘Peoples Cinema’ to then submit your film for broadcast adhering to ‘File Delivery Specification’ outline by Information TV.
If unsuccessful your result(s) will be posted on the ’Peoples Cinema’ website
Submission to ‘Peoples Cinema constitutes agreement to all rules, regulations and conditions contained in this document and your consent that your film be considered for any awards that may be given by Peoples Cinema. Submission also certifies that all film and music rights and clearances have been obtained (in accordance with UK copyright laws). By submitting, you agree not to withdraw your film from ‘Peoples Cinema’ after the ‘Peoples Cinema’ voting system has accepted it.