With all the intrigue of a Bourne novel and hopefully none of the blandness that was Four Rooms, Starwood-owned W Hotels, Intel, VICE in-house creative agency Virtue Worldwide and director Roman Coppola have launched a new short-film competition called “Four Stories.” We’re not really sure how this will turn out, but as you can see above, there are only a few weeks to enter and the criteria is that you write a short screenplay set in one of the several W hotels and have the Intel Ultrabook play a key role. Coppola, who will finesse the script and direct the final film, will play judge along with Chloe Sevigny, Boardwalk Empire alum Michael Pitt and W Hotels global music director, Michaelangelo L’Acquaand. Hey, all you aspiring filmmakers can check in here.
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