Contestants will have free access to the song's audio track and over 80 video clips of Morning Musume, shot against a green screen. The materials can be freely edited to create a complete music video.
Tsunku and Morning Musume members will serve as judges. Because "Shouganai Yume Oibito" is the group's 39th single, the winner of the contest will receive 390,000 yen. Submissions are being accepted until June 19, and the winner is expected to be announced in July when Tsunku and Morning Musume attend Anime Expo in Los Angeles. More details can be found on the MySpace page. (source)
i would so be all over this if i had any video making skills. :( i wonder what the prizes are!