2011 08 31 G-Technology by Hitachi; Driven Creativity 2011

The Competition


A Competition for Driven Creatives

Photography, Music and Filmmaking

Have your creative drive rewarded with a high- performance G-Tech storage system or even a massive €5,000 towards your next project.

Unlike other creative competitions, you will be rewarded not just for the aesthetic qualities of your entry but also for the invention and drive which went into creating it.

Submissions are encouraged across the fields of photography, music and filmmaking in both Professional and Amateur categories.

Prizes plus Exhibitions in London, Paris and Berlin!

Besides great prizes, including G-Technology G Raid drives and G Mobile drives for winners and runners-up in each category, the overall winner will receive a G Speed drive and a grant of 5,000 Euros to fund their next creative project.

Besides great prizes, the best entries will go on display at exclusive exhibitions in London, Paris and Berlin in October 2011.


The G-Technology Driven Creativity Competition 2011 is only open to residents of United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland, Finland, Portugal, Netherlands, Sweden and Russia who are 18 years of age and older. Entry is free and you can enter only ONE submission in photography, film or music. Only work created in 2010 or 2011 is eligible. Entries close 31st August 2011, with the category winners announced on this website.

A shortlist of entries will be taken from the top rated creative with the final winners and runners-up entries in each category decided by a panel of creative industry experts.

For further competition details and how to enter please visit the G-Technology by Hitachi website.

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