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Climate Change Short Film Competition

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The Flim4Climate Global Competition invites filmmakers between the ages of 14-35 years old from all over the world to showcase their talents and create a Public Service Advertisement (PSA) (less than 1 min) or a short film (1-5 minutes) about climate action.

THE VIDEOS SHOULD SHOW A PERSONAL CLIMATE CHANGE NARRATIVE:
-What does climate change mean to you?
-What are you doing to solve the climate challenge?
-What is your climate message to the world?

THE SUBMISSIONS SHOULD EMPHASIZE WHAT PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD ARE DOING TO PROMOTE ACTION, OFFER NEW SOLUTIONS, AND INSPIRE CHANGE.

You could highlight the rise of green competitiveness, support transformational climate policies, or focus on the costs of climate in-action and the need to put a price on carbon. You could show how investing in renewable energy and energy efficiency, sustainable mobility, low-carbon resilient cities, and climate-smart land, water and natural resources use, all contribute to solving climate change.

Climate Action is the 13th goal under the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), though it is widely acknowledge interlink with the other SDGs. In the description of the video please explain how the climate message connects with the other SDGs.

As the Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank Group, has emphasized: “We will never end poverty if we don’t tackle climate change.”

WINNERS
The Judging Panel will select the winning entries (individuals or teams) based on the following equally weighted criteria:- Content
– Technical expertise
– Innovation, originality and impactIn the event of a tie, the winner will be selected based on the video’s content, then technical expertise and finally on innovation, creativity and impact. If there is still a tie then the winner will be selected based on a vote by the Judging Panel. First-prize winners of the 14-17 age group will receive video equipment and software for each category, Public Service Advertisement or Short Film. First, Second and Thirds Prize winners of the 18-35 age group will receive cash prizes in two categories (Public Service Advertisement and Short Film).All participants may receive special recognition at film festival and will be celebrated at the awards ceremony at COP22.Winning entries will receive special recognition at all relevant Connect4Climate events, and be prominently featured and promoted through the social media channels of Connect4Climate and Partners.
Deadline: 15th September 2016

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