6 Aug 2020
Film & TV

Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah Are Looking for Young Content Creators

Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah — known from directing movies like ‘Black’, ‘Patser’, and ‘Bad boys for life’ — are teaming up with Point of U and Samsung to find the creatives of tomorrow. From YouTubers to the most creative TikTokers, the two movie directors are looking for you!

Twenty young creatives will be selected for a two-week-long workshop, where they’ll be taught everything from smartphone videography and casting to styling and even script writing.

At the end of this unique workshop, a jury of industry experts will select a winner that will go home with a brand new Samsung Galaxy S20. On top of that, the winner will also have the chance to work on a music video for a Universal Music signed artist, together with Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah. Watch Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah explain it all (in Dutch) in the video.

Young creatives can enter the contest until August 12 by sending an email with an introduction video and some of their previous work to info@hakuna.be with ‘I want to share my Point of U’ in the subject line.

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