1. Purchase new edition of After the Tribulation with USB containing 13+ hours of bonus footage. http://store.framingtheworld.com/prod...
2. Edit your own film using the material from the USB (extended interviews, sermons, etc.). Your film will be called "After the Tribulation Revisited."
3. The new film must be at least 45 minutes in length.
4. Use footage that we did not already use in "After the Tribulation." Footage that we already used in the original movie can only be 10% of your new film. For example, if your film is 50 minutes long, then there must be less than 5 minutes of your film that is footage we used in the original ATT.
5. Add whatever new material you like from other sources (e.g. graphics, news clips, voice-over narration, sermon clips from the Revelation series, other preachers, background music, etc. No CCM or rock music).
6. Do not upload sections of the bonus USB material to YouTube without editing. You must edit the material into a film.
7. Upload your entry to YouTube with the following title - "After the Tribulation Contest Entry - *your name here*"
8. The Deadline for contest entry is March 15, 2017. Paul Wittenberger has high standards of professionalism, and if no acceptable winning entry is received by that time, the contest will be extended to April 15, 2017.
9. The winner will be chosen subjectively by Paul Wittenberger and Pastor Anderson.
10. The winning entry will be released on DVD by Framing the World as "After the Tribulation Revisited." We will manufacture at least 1,000 of the DVDs, ("2 Panel" sleeve, shrink-wrapped), and they will be given away for free at FWBC and sold on FramingTheWorld.com. FWBC will also ship 100 of the DVDs to the contest winner. The winner will also receive a free flight to Phoenix, AZ (for 2 people if domestic, for 1 person if international)
11. An additional "Viewers' Choice" award will be given to the entry video whose upload has the most "thumbs up" on YouTube. This prize will be $100 to spend on FramingTheWorld.com.
12. Many will enter; few will win. For many are called, but few are chosen.