Oliver Stone to judge online video festival

MUMBAI: Director Oliver Stone known for his box office hits like Platoon, Natural Born Killers and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps will judge a unique online video festival conceived and run by vzaar. the leading business online video hosting platform.

Stone, one of major shareholders of vzaars, is looking forward to reviewing entries in various categories and select the Best Business Online Video 2011. The festival was launched on 23 May on the vzaars website. 

Says Stone, “I make films like you’re going to die if you miss the next minute." How will he feel about your video?”

"This is an extremely exciting project we are anticipating a high volume of entries from our global user base," Stephen McCluskey, CEO of vzaar has been quoted to have said."Well be on the look out for outstanding style, original ideas and, above all, the best example of video being used to its maximum potential for commercial ends," he conyinued.

Videos submitted to the vzaar video festival will be viewed and short-listed for each of the following categories: best product/service video, best video by a Creative Agency, and most creative use of video online. The entry that would be judged the best of the bunch across all categories will win the ‘Best Online Video 2011 Award’.

The competition is open to all vzaar customers, be you a media and communications company, marketing agency, e-commerce business or non-profit organization.

Vzaar is the leading online video hosting platform for eCommerce sites of all sizes and market segments. Founded in 2007, vzaar has its Headquarters in London.

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