Imagine Dragons Call On Fans To Make The Cut

03-15-2017
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Imagine Dragons

(Radio.com) Imagine Dragons have teamed with Adobe for a contest they're calling Make The Cut. The Las Vegas band is asking fans to download raw footage captured during their "Believer" video shoot to create their own edit using Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

Editors will then upload their final work to be judged by "Believer's" director Matt Eastin, as well as the band, and a host of Oscar-winning motion picture editors.

In addition to footage captured during the "Believer" video shoot last month, Fans will also have access to Adobe's stock footage library. The grand prize winner will receive $25,000. Read more details and watch Matt Eastin's version of "Believer" here.

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