Big Light is mixing things up lately and giving you things to do during the summer!
Now, we know that many of you are going to conventions, meet ups, even crashing some film shoots to see your favorite X-Files Alumni and everyone related to the 1013 universe. And what better opportunity to play and be part of the "Five Questions With..." project that Frank Spotnitz has created?
The goal is to approach alumni from Frank Spotnitz' previous and current works such as The X-Files series and movies, Millennium, AMPED, Harsh Realm, The Lone Gunmen, Night Stalker, Samurai Girl and Hunted.
What to ask? That's entirelly up to you! Be creative and come up with great questions for the world to see! The interviews should be uploaded to the Big Light Social Network Forums and they will be part of what we hope will be a huge collection of creative works from the fans and for the fans.
To see an example, here's Big Light's Alison Groves interviewing Frank Spotnitz.
Hey phile vidders, you know who you are, don't duck and hide, because you will love this challenge!
If you love video editing, then Big Light wants to see your chops. Frank Spotnitz is looking for a 3-5 minute video reel to showcase his producing and writing that will accompany him to various speaking engagements. We know there is a lot of talent out there, so we want to see how creative you can get in featuring Frank's producing, writing and directing work. The winner will be hand chosen by Frank, will have their work seen at various events, and will also win a signed, one-of-a-kind script from Frank's upcoming new BBC/Cinemax television show, Hunted, once it premieres this Fall.
If you are interested in entering your work into the contest, we have just a few small requests:
1. Please do not include any images of Frank himself, just include his work. (The X-Files TV series and feature films, Night Stalker, Strike Back, Robbery Homicide Division, The Lone Gunmen, Harsh Realm, Millennium, etc.)
2. The images in the reel needs to be of DVD quality. This means AT LEAST 720 x 480.
3. Entries must be uploaded to network.biglight.com by August 10, 2012.
Sources: Robert-Patrick.ws & Expediente X
Last night at the 2012 Critics Choice Awards, Robert Patrick and Gillian Anderson had the opportunity to share the stage as the presentators Best Actor in a Miniseries. Barbara Patrick was also in attendance; you may remember her from The X-Files Season 9's episode "Release". They were all looking stunning!