You don’t need to rub a magic lamp for a chance to win $2000 and get your work seen by director George Miller and stars idris Elba and Tilda Swinton. You just need to unleash your creative genie(us). 

Create an astonishing artwork inspired by George Miller’s upcoming movie, Three Thousand Years of Longing, and you could earn a handsome fee AND have your work shared by the cast and on socials.  

You can submit up to 10 pieces of work. That’s 10 chances to have your work selected by George Miller, Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton. 

Need a touch of extra inspiration? Your wish is our command….

Think about your location options


A mysterious bazaar. An opulent hareem. A Greek bathing chamber. A nondescript hotel room. These are just a few of the intriguing locations where the action happens in the trailer.


Where will you set your masterpiece? And how will you make the main characters shine once they’re there?


Get creative with perspective

Take a closer look at the official poster. It plays with perspective, with characters placed at angles around the border, and the two leads framed by a Renaissance cloudscape worthy of the Sistine Chapel. It's also important to note that these smaller characters should not be forgotten about! Each character helps tell the story of the film, and if you feel particularly fond of a few that aren't "the main two", then show them your creative appreciation.


In the trailer you’ll see Elba’s Djinn morph between supersized giant to average human male (albeit one who looks like Idris Elba). How will your static artwork use perspective to highlight the mythical, magical themes in the movie?  

Play with colour, pattern, and texture

This trailer is a feast for the eyes, full to the brim with colourful plumes of shape-shifting smoke, golden threads, bejewelled souks and ornate, Moroccan-tiled palaces. Check out the film stills in your briefing pack for a more detailed view of some of the movie’s most sumptuous scenes.


What kind of palette will you use? Will you strip down and focus on a few key colours – the red in Alithea’s coat, paired with the Djinn’s red robe? Or will you create a heady collage of all the colours and textures of a Turkish bazaar?   


Remember that you can truly create anything you wish for

“What would you wish for?” is the film’s tagline, but it’s also the question we want you to answer with your submission(s). What kind of art do you want to make? Romantic and whimsical? Daring and action-packed? Are you inspired by modern or classical work?

This brief is an opportunity to explore any and all hunches, whims, side quests and creative what-ifs. Show us what you can do with a fitting homage to the mystical, mythical, magical, madcap movie.  


Read up on the Creative Brief Guidelines at the bottom of the brief before submitting. We can't wait to see what you conjure up! Focus on the mystical elements of the movie and let your imagination run wild.