Airtel Offers Customers 100 LCD TV sets in 100 days for Free; Customers to send SMS to win prizes for Free; Winners to be announced weekly
In Lagos, Nigeria, leading telecommunications service provider, Airtel Nigeria is offering its customers throughout the country the opportunity to win brand new LCD television sets for free in a new Bonanza announced tagged Airtel Feel Free Bonanza.
During the period of the Airtel Feel Free Bonanza, Airtel Nigeria will give away 100 new Samsung LCD televisions to 100 lucky customers in 100 days for absolutely free.
The Bonanza, which starts on Monday, February 21st and will end on May 28th and winners will be selected during weekly draws.
Speaking on the Bonanza, the Chief Operating Officer & Executive Director, Airtel Nigeria, Deepak Srivastava, said the telecommunication company in its typical innovative and creative fashion has yet again introduced another dimension into the conduct of promos and offers in the industry by giving out prizes without customers paying for participation.
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Last call – 2011 Annual Tri-continental Human Rights Film Festival
Deadline: 29 April 2011
Taking place on 26-31 October 2011, the Tri-continental Human Rights Film Festival call has been open since 1 November 2010.
Films satisfying the following conditions are eligible for theTri Continental Film Festival 2010:
1.The Festival is open to documentaries, fictional, short and feature length film and video from or about Africa, Asia and Latin America.
2.Films must be subtitled in English.
3.Films that have been produced after January 2009.
Each participant is required to submit the following information:
1.An official festival entry form.
2.A clearly labelled dvd of the film for viewing.
3.A 150 word synopsis in English.
4.Entries must be subtitled in English.
5.Entries to reach the festival office no later than 29 April 2011.
Based on the pre-selection, approximately 40 films will be selected for screening at the festival. Successful entrants will be notified by the end of June 2011. BETA SP, DIGIBETA, HDCAM or DVCAM will be requested immediately as these will need to be digitized. Were possible, selected entries will be digitized from high quality dvds.
Works to be screened
1.Should their entry be selected, the filmmaker guarantees that permission has been secured from the rights holder for a minimum of 4 screenings at the Tri Continental Film Festival.
2.The organizers will not add English subtitles for works screened.
3.Dvd copies will be preserved and used for research and educational screenings at the Tri Continental Film Festival as well as our Outreach Programme.
4.A trailer will be required for promotional purposes as well as high resolution photographs.
The Tri Continental Film Festival has an Audience Award.
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