Upcoming Comedy ‘Gone To Pot’ Launches $10K Video Contest


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Makers of the upcoming cannabis movie, Gone To Pot — a comedy about two hustlers who inherit a medical marijuana dispensary — have announced a free video contest in which entrants will explain why they like weed.

“The top 10 videos selected will appear in our film and the top three will share $10,000,” Gone To Pot writer/director Marty Keegan told Toke of the Town. “It’s free to enter as many times as you like.”
Celebrity judges of the video contest include legendary comedian Margaret Cho and Academy Award nominated director Peter Bogdanovich, according to Keegan.

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It’s easy to enter the video contest; just upload a 45-second (or less) video to YouTube, and give the link to Gone To Pot at their Facebook page, which already has 16,000 “Likes”. The film’s official website is gonetopot.com.
“Videos can be as wild as they want, and in any language,” Keegan told us. “We have video submissions from Israel, Croatia, Romania, Philippines, Canada, the United Kingdom and Turkey.”
You can use your cell phone, flip camera, or video camera to capture and upload your creativity. From mild to wild, the only rule is… well, there ARE no rules.
Gone To Pot is offering a special prize to college sororities and fraternizes, according to Keegan.
“The group with the most Likes and views on their video submissions will be selected to appear as extras in the pot shop,” Keegan told us. “Their entire group will appear in the film and can all wear t-shirts or sweatshirts with their school name, or Greek organization.”
Ready to get you some fame, stoner?