Your support has given Devil’s Advocate some awesome stats so far for #MyRodeReel. Here’s how we currently rank by votes:
OVERALL: #240 out of 1222 films (top 20%!)
SCIENCE FICTION: #33 out of 133 films (top 25%!)
FEMALE FILMMAKER: #23 out of 145 films (top 16%)
HORROR: #41 out of 208 films (top 20%!)
If we are in the Top 16 of any category, we will end up on the front page for that category. That would give us a lot more exposure and possibly more votes from strangers outside our personal networks :D So please visit this link to Devil’s Advocate at My Rode Reel 2016. You can vote with every Gmail address you’ve got, with your Facebook, and by making a RODE account. And then share it with everyone you know who likes horror, film, or women being filmmakers!
We probably aren’t going to make it to #1, but I know we can make it to the front page in at least one category. \o/ Additionally, the winner announcements start on June 29. We can vote all the way up to July 4th, I believe. Help make it happen for us, WP world!
I’m extremely proud to present my finished short film, Devil’s Advocate for the My Rode Reel contest. Devil’s Advocate is about a skeptic whose doubt is put to the test when a ghost hunter claims to have a recording of the devil’s voice. I was really inspired by cerebral horror like in Night Gallery and Ray Bradbury Theater instead of heavy slasher/monster tropes for this one. Hopefully you’ll enjoy it!
I’ve embedded it below, along with the behind the scenes video, where I chat a bit about the production process and the roles for women in film.
The film had to be shot with a Rode microphone product, come in at under 3 minutes, and include a 3 minute behind the scenes video. Please check out the link below and VOTE! They’re giving away a People’s Choice award in addition to the Judges’ picks, so it can’t hurt. :) All you have to do is sign in with Facebook or Google + and hit the Vote button. It takes five seconds and could make a world of difference for me and my crew :D :D And if you want to go the extra mile, please SHARE via Twitter, Facebook, or WordPress.