1. This competition is open to educators in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Any entrants outside of the UK will not be eligible.
2. No purchase necessary.
3. Only one entry per pupil.
4. For the competition, an entry is defined as a piece of writing (approx. 300 words) explaining what role the student would do in a Bond film production, why they would choose this role and what skills they have to bring to the job.
5. Entries should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line 'Careers Behind the Camera Competition'. Entries can be written on the competition form (found on page 5-8 of the Film Skill and Careers Reflective Journal) and should be attached to the email as a photograph or scanned copy. Entries can also be submitted as a separate word document, but the document must detail the student's first name, age, school, their authorised adult's name, permission for the student to enter, and email address.
NB: Due to the Into Film office closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, entries submitted via email are the most secure way to enter. However, while we cannot guarantee that any entries posted to us will be collected and counted, we will endeavour to include them if the ongoing situation allows. Postal entries should be submitted to Into Film's head office at: 31 Islington Green, London, N1 8DU. Entries should include an authorised adult's signature and email address and detail the student's name, age, and school. Posted entries will only be entered into the competition if they are accessible to Into Film staff members.
6. All entries must detail the student's name, age, school and their teacher/parent/guardian/authorised adult's name, signature, and email address (which is clearly outlined on page 8 of the Film Skill and Careers Reflective Journal or page 2 of the competition leaflet). Any entry which does not include this information will be void.
7. Entries must be submitted by the email account of the teacher/parent/guardian/authorised adult who signed the competition form (page 8 Film Careers and Skills Reflective Journal). Entries submitted from a student email account under the age of 18 will be void.
8. The winners will be selected by a panel of judges from Into Film, Universal and EON. The competition entry will be judged on the below criteria:
a. The persuasiveness of the argument
b. The originality of the writing
9. The 10 winners will be chosen after the closing date of 5 November 2021 and will be notified by email within 4 weeks of the deadline.
10. Once the winners have been selected the promoter [Into Film] will contact the teacher/parent/guardian/authorised adult via the email address provided on the competition entry form to notify them that their child/student has won. The teacher/parent/guardian/authorised adult will then have 5 days to respond to the email to secure the prize.
11. The teacher/parent/guardian/authorised adult who signs the competition form and provides their email address is giving their permission for the student/child to enter the competition and consenting to be contacted by the promoter [Into Film] if their student/child wins.
12. Each winner will receive a Bond No Time To Die merchandise bundle comprising wireless headphones, a power bank, an umbrella, a weekend bag and an Aston Martin key chain, supplied by Universal Pictures UK.
13. Please note that the writing task within this competition is imaginary and the winners will not receive any job or form of employment as a result.
14. The Promoter [Into Film] reserves the right to disqualify an entry if it's believed the competition entrant is not able to qualify their entry as their original work.
15. If the competition entry is deemed illegible by the judging panel, the promoter [Into Film] reserves the right to disqualify the entry.
16. The Promoter [Into Film] reserves the right in his/her reasonable discretion:
a. to disqualify any competitor whose conduct is contrary to the spirit of the rules or the intention of the promotion and to declare as void any or all of their claims or entries based on such conduct.
b. to declare as void any claims or entries resulting from any printing, production and/or distribution errors (including but not limited to any error(s) on this website, and/or other printed materials) or where there has been error(s) in any aspect of the preparation for or conduct of the promotion materially affecting the result of the promotion or the number of claimants or the value of claims.
c. to add to or to waive any rules on reasonable notice.
d. and/or to cancel the promotion or any part of it at any stage in the event of circumstances beyond reasonable control.
17. All prizes will be awarded on condition that winning schools agree to take part in Universal Pictures publicity requests as appropriate. If this condition is not met by the winning pupil(s), the prize will be awarded to another entrant that does agree to this condition. Into Film will not pass on the details of the winning pupil/school/parent/teacher to anyone other than Universal Pictures.
19. Employees and agents of Universal Pictures, Eon, ScreenSkills, Into Film or any company connected with the production or distribution of a promotion or any of their associated companies are not eligible to take part in the applicable promotion, nor are their relatives or members of their families or households. Proof of eligibility must be provided on request.
20. By entering the competition, the entrants agree to be bound by the rules and by other requirements set out in this competition.
21. Promoter is Into Film. Into Film is the trading name of Film Nation. Company No: 08210217 | Registered Charity Number: 1154030 | VAT Number:163402437. 31 Islington Green, London, N1 8DU