The time is nigh to publish the result of the last contest, 'your most favorite sci-fi show'. A few entries chose films instead, while we enjoyed them quite a lot, it was fair to include only tv shows as stated in the contest announcement. Among the tv show submission, boy, oh, boy, so many enthusiastic writings! Some wanted me to go back to watch the same shows I've seen long ago. Marked a few as suggestions too! Isn't this what the contests are all about?
At any rate, let's not loiter much. Now, here's our winners —
In his magnificent entry, @nameless16 "Welcome to Westworld" validates his love for Westworld, a 2016 sci-fi show from Johathan Nolan with an ensemble cast that deals with the idea of personhood, consciousness and rights.
@ismaelgranados wrote on Black Mirror: are we already living its dystopian world ? and expressed his fears that the technology and subsequent effect the series showed are closely linked to reality and he is not alone in his conjecture. Greatly paced and knitted review.
It's unsure what is more impressive, @thunderjack's impressive knowledge on the the Star Trek cast, crew and personnel or his lifelong passion for the said title. In his entry Star Trek, he delves deep in the memory lane and takes us on a nostalgic ride.
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.
Now if anyone disagrees with our choices then please tag us in a comment on this post!
And let's move on to the new contest!
Movie That Most Represents Kindness!
We often overlook some of the everyday characteristics we humans show, and their importance. Decency and compassion are often taken for granted, yet these are some of the qualities without which we'd perish long ago. Naturally, films have glimpses of these qualities that get overshadowed by more extravagant aspects, story points, and themes.
Hence, we want to highlight and cherish films that are aware of these qualities and championed them. This is the topic of our next contest. And thanks to @melinda010100 for sponsoring ecency points.
Write about Movie That Most Represents Kindness.
Winners and prizes
This contest will have 3 winners and 225 CINE in prizes. They will be distributed as follows.
1ST Place — 100 CINE AND (1) RISING STAR VIDEO VIC CARD AND 100 ECENCY POINTS!
2ND Place — 75 CINE AND 100 ECENCY POINTS
3RD Place — 50 CINE AND 100 ECENCY POINTS
- 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 1st June, 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.