CineTV Contest #7: Western Movies that Moved You!
We're at the end of another contest folks and it was about the Character Most Like You! It was an interesting contest to say the least! We got to read about so many intriguing characters and how you all relate to them. Many of you focused more on the characters themselves and many drew anecdotes from their own lives. We loved them all!!
And here are the winners of the last contest "Character Most Like You".
3rd — @misslasvegas wrote about Mr. Pink from Reservoir dogs, seemingly just another character in the ensemble cast that becomes prominent later on and how she relates to that.
2nd — @promete0sz penned about his similarity with, of all people, the General Zod! A supervillain from superman universe. promet0sz saw the character through his own eyes and how the role of a traditional protector Zod can be fit with along with anecdotes from his life.
1st — @nbarrios67 wrote about Columbo, a shabby looking yet a very sharp detective character that influenced him in his childhood. Character Most Like You!-Columbo. And how he used that persona in his childhood to expose a book thief! It was great read!
225 CINE COINS will be transferred to the winners.
But they aren't the only worthwhile ones! Here are the honorable mentions that could very well be in the top 3.
And let's move on to the new contest!
Contest 7: Western Movies that Moved You!
I saw a graph a few days and how film genre popularity changed over the last 100 years. Western films' decline in popularity and relevance to our modern society is understandable. We can no longer relate to the wild west that is a distant past now with long-forgotten glory!
But that does not stop us from loving the genre and the enormous amount of films that were released in the last 100 years or so! Western films take us to the era of brutality, where you could only rely on yourself! Watching the pro-gunslingers, each faster than the other, going toe to toe with each other just to survive and see the next day! The rush these films give us is unmatched! Let us remember the fleeting genre and all its glory!
Write about western movies that moved you!
Winners and prizes
This contest will have 3 winners and 225 CINE in prizes. They will be distributed as follows.
1ST Place — 100 CINE
2ND Place — 75 CINE
3RD Place — 50 CINE
- Publish your entry from our frontend https://cinetv.blog or post to cinetv community if you prefer peakd, ecency or hive.blog
- The entries should be written in English for evaluation purposes (You can translate from your mother tongue if you want to.)
- The post title should include CineTV Contest:. For example, CineTV Contest: Your Title Here.
- Use #cinetvcontest among your tags.
- Include a link to this post somewhere in your entry. So your friends can find this easily.
- Put down a comment with the link of your entry on this post below.
- Only one entry per person.
- The submission deadline is 30th March 2022, 11:59 PM, UTC time.
Evaluation and Some Tips
You can use these prompts as a helping hand (purely optional) but you're free to go however you want.
► What you loved or hated about it.
► How it influenced you (and/or people around you).
► What part of it did you find most interesting.
► Any scene that still pops into your mind.
► Performance of the actors/actress that left an impression.
► Why do you think it's significant and great (or not).
You're free to include multiple films in your entry.
There's no need to be mechanical. Write with a free hand. We might overlook if you forget to do a step or two stated in the rules (except the first one).
- We'll evaluate the posts based on the writing quality, sincerity, and faithfulness to the spirit of the contest.
Happy Writing then! Blog on!
The cover photo is edited in photoshop.