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Focus! Climate Change Short Form Video and Digital Media Competition

Opportunity Detail

Students currently enrolled (either on a part-time or full-time basis) at Canadian post-secondary institutions (including universities and formalized programs of study at film academies, art institutes, etc.) are invited to submit a short form video (maximum 10 minutes, in digital format) on the subject of Climate Change. The video may address climate change from any perspective: social, scientific, technological, environmental, economical, architectural, and/or on the basis of indigenous or traditional knowledges. It may focus on any aspect of climate change and its Canadian or global impact. However, it should not be limited to the mere definition of climate change, but should address a specific question, issue or solution. Students are strongly encouraged to pursue unique filmmaking approaches and to push boundaries in their approach to the subject matter. The Foundation is interested in works that use digital and videographic media to find new ways of thinking or perceiving the problem and task of addressing Climate Change.

Detail Notes

More info: https://kimberley-foundation.org/focus-main-page/

Requirements

Winning films will be publicly screened in Vancouver, BC in May 2019 (travel for winners to attend the screening in Vancouver is included as part of the overall prize package). Second Prize is $5,000 (Cdn) and the Grand Prize is $7,500 (Cdn).

Deadline

Deadline: March 4, 2019.

Sponsored ByThe Kimberley Foundation

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Opportunity Details

Date PostedSep 25, 2018
Start DateSep 25, 2018
End DateMar 4, 2019
Apply BeforeMar 4, 2019
Category
Award
Research
Award Type
Research
Pursuit
Other
Campus
St. George
Mississauga (UTM)
Scarborough (UTSC)
Level Of Study
Grad
Subject Areas
Humanities
Social Sciences
Physical Sciences
Life Sciences
Department
The Kimberley Foundation