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[…] The big Film Dash logo vote Film Dash – the 48-hour film challenge happening in Birmingham on 17-19 October is picking up pace. We need a logo though. A couple have been submitted; please have a look and vote for your fave […]

no contest- number 1 all the way

[…] post info By paulhadley Categories: 1 If you’ve got 2 seconds spare, how’s about you give Chris Unitt some helping guidance with his project logo: https://filmdash.wordpress.com/2008/09/16/the-big-film-dash-logo-vote/#comment-4 […]

Definitely going for option 1 – think I prefer it without the circular background – although I guess you could use it with and without

That would also solve the problem of placing a circular logo on what I’m guessing’s going to be a fairly rectangular website.

Yep. Option 1’s the best. I like the clapperboard idea for Option 2 and would have gone for that if it looked more iconic.

i like option 1, but think that the word “DASH” is very difficult to read. The clapperboard from 2 is very nice, but the lower part of the page doesn’t grab the eye at all…. option 3 then to combine the 2 options!!!!!!
sorry if that wasn’t any help.

I’m keen on option 2!

I like 2

VOTING HAS NOW CLOSED! Thanks to everyone who got involved, you’re all beautiful people.

Winner to be announced in the next blog post…

i like 2

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Film Dash presents Birmingham's 48-hour film challenge, 5-7 March 2010.

Teams of film makers will script, shoot and edit a film in 48 hours.

Organised by Meshed Media in association with Say Hello, which is part of Hello Digital, Arts Council, Birmingham City Council, and Bullring.

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