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'Human Movement' Vimeo Weekend Challenge
Make a video that focuses on how humans move.
Vimeo Plus account + trophy

Due October 8th, 2013 - You know those moments where you've got the perfect song playing in your headphones and suddenly the world is in tempo and your life is a musical? Every person passing by seems to be moving in time, and hand movements during a conversation or quick steps to the subway are suddenly rhythmic and purposeful. If only every moment of every day were like that.

The challenge this weekend is to create a video that focuses on human movement, at any scale. A crowd flowing across the street, a dancer's controlled movements, a baby venturing into the walking world -- there's movement everywhere!

You can take this Challenge in any direction you'd like -- maybe explore the way your skateboard connects you to the ground, or try something more experimental. It's up to you!

The Rules
  + Create a video about the way people move!
  + If you add music, make sure you use a song you or a buddy created, or something from the Vimeo Music Store! If you do choose to use a Music Store song, please throw a link in the description.
  + Add this at the end of your video's description: "Created for the Weekend Challenge: vimeo.com/groups/weekendchallenge"

Remember, only videos made specifically for this Challenge will be considered.

Click the link below for Official Rules and more details.


Grand Prize
The winner of this Challenge will receive a free Vimeo Plus account for one year, and a trophy! If you're already a Plus member, you'll get another year!

Runner-Up Prize
The runner-up will receive an extra 3GB of upload space, Plus account or not.

Open to Vimeo community members, 13 and older.

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