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Design Challenge - Diaz

Post  Live for Films on Thu Jun 06, 2013 8:38 pm

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We have run design challenges in the past, but this one is a little different. It is for the new film, Diaz: Don’t Clean Up This Blood, which is out on DVD and Blu-ray from 10th June 2013.
What we need you to do is design a new poster for the film.
The winner would get their poster printed, framed and signed by the director and two runner ups would get their posters printed and framed. There is also the possibility the winning poster will be the official UK poster for the film, but we are still waiting for definite confirmation on that.
We have included some details on the film below.
So get busy creating and send your posters to stuff@liveforfilms.com with Diaz Comp in the subject. Please include your name and postal address.
The competition is open to all. One entry per person.
The competition closes on Sunday 16th June 2013.

Diaz: Don’t Clean Up This Blood is the harrowing account of the brutal attack by 300 police on 90 activists spending the night in a school during the 2001 G8 Summit in Genoa, Italy.
As 200,000 anti-globalization activists and anarchist protestors descended on Genoa to try prevent the 27th G8 Summit taking place, authorities gave anti-riot police a free hand to repress the masses. Diaz: Don’t Clean Up This Blood tells the story of the night raid on the Diaz school – used at the time as an activists’ sleeping quarter and international media centre – and the brutal attacks and shameless humiliation inflicted on those who were there that evening.
Told with fierce realism, Diaz is a gripping and harrowing political thriller from the producer of Gomorrah, Domenici Procacci, and acclaimed director Daniele Vicari.
Placing the viewer right at the heart of the events on the night of 21st July 2001, the true sense of injustice and fear is portrayed by a multinational cast, including Claudio Santamaria (Casino Royale), Jennifer Ulrich (The Wave), Elio Germano (My Brother Is An Only Child), Fabrizio Rongione (Rosetta) and Renato Scarpa (Don’t Look Now), all depicting real-life victims of the event.
Almost twelve years later, legal procedures and compensation claims continue against Italian police. British journalist and victim of Diaz, Mark Covell, received a six figure pay out in 2012 but 87 victims are still awaiting compensation.
A powerful, gripping and intense drama based on a true event. Totally unmissable…

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