Different effects   127
Pyro Points   87800
Licence   hobbyist
Positions   254
Different Angles   34
Script Lines / Cues   2534 / 849


” The Corona pandemic has our world firmly in its grip. That’s why I have decided to use a selection of songs that all have a little bit of optimism in them. Starting with the humorous song “”Enormous Penis”” by the well-known acapella band “”Da Vinci’s Notebook””. It continues with the “”Sign of the times””, which once again makes it clear that even in the darkest moments you will find a light. Ava Max and “”Kings and Queens”” reflects in a glamorous way that even the radiant figures in the spotlight have to deal with ups and downs. The finale is conducted by none other than Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, with his probably most famous opera – “”The Magic Flute””. Here it says: “”Strength and crown triumphed, beauty and wisdom in eternal crown! There is nothing more to add to these lyrics. May the year 2021 be a better one. “

Judging Criteria

Category Description Percentage
Overall Impact What was the overall impression of the show?
Was the show interesting, engaging, compelling, moving?
Design / Script Did the design include a variety of firing patterns?
Was the show creative, containing new or innovative elements?
Use of products Did the show contain a variety of high-quality effects?
Were the effects realistic?
Did the size and volume of effects fit the music soundtrack?
How was the use of color? Were the colors coordinated and complimentary with scenes?
Music score Did the soundtrack help to convey the theme of the show?
Was the soundtrack editing well executed? Were the transitions natural and seamless?
Did the soundtrack include multiple tempos such as slow/fast, calm/energetic?
Scenery How did the show fit within the scenery or location?
Did the show make use of at least 1 model (Pro)? Google Maps imagery (Pro)?
Background images, landscape features, water (Hobbyist/Pro)?
Title/Theme & Description Did the show include a title or theme?
Did the show include a description or synopsis?
Was the theme evident and well depicted in the show?