Attention, aspiring music video directors: Radiohead wants you to make an animated video for them.
The British band has announced a contest in which hopefuls would submit storyboards of anything from sketches to videos, for any song on their newest album “In Rainbows.”
The competition kicked off Monday, and fans have until April 27 to upload their content to the Aniboom website.
On April 28, representatives from Aniboom, Adult Swim, MySpace and Radiohead’s record label, TBD Records, will select 10 finalists, who will each receive $1,000 to produce a one-minute clip.
The one-minute clips will then be whittled down to the top five by June 30, and Radiohead themselves will pick a winner on July 7.
The winner will have the chance to make an official full-length video for the band, using the prize money of $10,000.
More details are available at www.aniboom.com/radiohead.