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Here’s a cool little competition to get you into the festve spirit, its from The Peoples Movies good friends (and contributors) Best For Films. Called WriteChristmas a chance to write your yultide self  into some great prizes, read on….

Looking for a creative project over the festive season? Film website are excited to announce the launch of “Write Christmas”; a yuletide writing competition with a once in a lifetime first prize. Read on for more details…

The concept of Write Christmas is simple – to write a film review of the greatest Christmas film never made. With Hollywood churning out the same old Christmas tat every year  it’s difficult to see how we’ll ever get a truly brilliant NEW Christmas story on our screens. Best For Film are looking for fantastic writers to review the NEXT greatest, most ridiculous, potentially iconic Christmas film – the fact that it doesn’t actually exist yet is merely a quibble.
First Prize:
–          A real-life A1 poster of your made-up movie as imagined by OTM Entertain, the world-famous design team that brought you the posters for The Hurt Locker, In The Loop,  Splice and The Losers. Blimey!
–          One hundred pounds to spend as you deem fit
–          Publication on
Two runners up will receive:
–          fifty pounds each
–          Publication on 
The competition will be judged by our panel of experts:
LARUSHKA IVAN-ZADEH – Film editor of The Metro (3.5 million readers every weekday)
EMMA KENNEDY – actress (Notes on a Scandal), author, film critic for the Danny Baker show
CLEOLINDA JONES – parody film critic, author, blogger (Movies In Fifteen Minutes)
You have until the 24th December to enter, by emailing your glorious review to, with “Write Christmas” in the subject line.
Interested? Learn more about the judging details on the official website –
So, from a sombre review of Tim Burton’s unmade fantasy “Twas the Cheekbone before Christmas” to a brilliant write-up of Michael Bay’s imaginary classic “When Santa Exploded” – Best For Film wants to read the review of the best Christmas film we’ll never get to see. You’ve got until the 24th to get scribbling – the same deadline as Santa? How could it be any other way…   

Remember boys & Girls to let BestForFilms know where you saw the comp when you enter, good luck!!!


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