Calling all film-makers! We have so much content that we’ve gathered for the BBC’s Digital Revolution series that we’re giving it away. Really. Take it. But we’re giving something back too. Yes, ain’t we nice.

Remember how I said we were sharing our rushes with the masses? I was serious. Come one, come all: take what you want and mash, mix and muck around with all the interviews, the views and (heck) my mug and submit it to Auntie Beeb to land a spot on the BBC homepage. Worldwide. We want your 2-minute films from 14 December. Here’s more:

And here’s even more, from the competition page:

Who can enter?
The competition is open to UK residents who are over 18.

What can I win?
There will be two winners – one for the best trailer, and one for the best short film on a programme theme.

Winning filmmakers will be invited to the BBC to present and discuss their films at a Digital Revolution masterclass, with an audience of top BBC filmmakers, and meet with a BBC Multiplatform Commissioning Executive. Winning films will be presented on the BBC Homepage.

Shortlisted films will be presented on the BBC Digital Revolution website.

How will my films be assessed?
Be creative! You can use only Digital Revolution content, or you can mix it with your own material. You might include your personal experiences, or analysis. You might argue with one of our contributors, or all of them.

Your films must not contain defamatory, obscene, violent or any other unsuitable material. They should not advertise or promote a political or commercial cause.

Films will be judged on the following criteria:

  • Originality and creativity
  • For short films: Strength of storytelling.
  • For trailers: Strength of motivation to watch series
  • Technical competency

Go on.