Countdown to World Water Day Short Film Contest

Posted on March 1, 2010
To celebrate World Water Day 2010 ITVS and the University of Miami invite you to participate in the One Cut contest, a non-fiction short film contest designed to bring attention to the global water crisis affecting millions around the world. We are looking for films that will inspire viewers to make a change in their own lives to address the global water challenge at a personal level. The best entries will be personal, creative, visual stories that can be shared across all borders and languages. The contest has three cash prizes: * First prize: $500 * Second prize: $300 * Third prize: $200 Films should be at least 2 minutes in length and can be no more than 15 minutes long. Entrants are required to submit their films in digital form online and will be guided through the application process when they submit their entry form online. A distinguished panel at the School of Communication, University of Miami, will judge the contest. The competition will be open until March 22, 2010 on World Water Day. Prizes will be announced shortly after. Learn more about the contest and submit your entry today >>


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