Uniting4Climate VR/360 Video Pitch Competition for young people 2017
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Young People are invited to apply for the Uniting4Climate VR/360 Video Pitch Competition for young people 2017, eligible persons whom have complied with the eligibility criteria are welcome to grasp the opportunity and apply
This competition invites everyone (18+) who is committed to coming together to reduce the threats to our Planet and intent on creating or multiplying solutions for immediate climate action to send a traditional illustrative video concept together with a written description explaining in detail their plans for the production of a 360-video (Virtual Reality) on how we are “Uniting for Climate Action.”
Field: Video Pitch
1. The contest is open to individuals and teams. There is a maximum limit of five members for any team
2. Participants submitting videos to the competition must be 18 or older as of August 1st 2017.
3. Individuals and teams can submit as many entries as they would like.
4. Video entries must be created by and owned by the Participants.
5. Video entries can be recorded using all devices available.
6. Video entries are in one category. Participants need to enter a standard ‘Video Pitch’, up to 1 minute in length together with a concept description of up to 400 words.
7. Videos may be recorded in any language and descriptions written in any language, but English subtitles or translations should be added to non-English entries.
8. Winning entries from the Connect4Climate Photo/Video Competition 2011, Voices4Climate 2012, Action4Climate Short Video Documentary Competition (2014), Film4Climate Global Video Competition 2016 may be re-submitted to the Uniting4Climate Competition.
9. Winners will be selected by an External Judging Panel composed of esteemed film, music, communication, innovation and climate professionals.
10. The External Judging Panel will judge the film entries based on the following equally weighted criteria:
i. Content: clearness and effectiveness of the video in narrating a story about climate change, promoting action, and/or offering new solutions.
ii. Innovation and originality: telling a climate story in a fresh and unusual way, appealing to a broad and diverse audience, and encouraging further thought and action.
iii. Overall impact of the project: main impact and effects resulting from the activity on the local social, economic, environmental and other development indicators.
11. Submissions must be received by direct video file upload through the Uniting4Climate Competition platform before the deadline: 11:59 pm EST, November 18, 2017. Do not submit DVDs or Blu-rays. Connect4Climate reserves the right to extend the deadline.
The winning entry will be given the opportunity to work with Connect4Climate and their production partners to transform the concept into a 360-video (Virtual Reality) production.
Other special prizes or Highly Commended Acknowledgements may be awarded depending on the submissions received and the opinions of the jury.
The Judging Panel will select the winner or winners (individuals or teams of up to 5) based on the following equally weighted criteria:
Innovation and originality
Overall impact of the project
In the event of a tie for the main prize, the winner will be selected based on the criteria described in (1), then (2), and (3). If there is still a tie, the winner will be selected based on the vote by the Judging Panel President.
The winner or winners will be presented in November, in Bonn, Germany during the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP23.
The winning entry or entries will also receive special recognition at relevant Connect4Climate events, and be prominently featured and promoted through the social media channels of Connect4Climate and Partners.
Application Deadline: November 18, 2017 11:59 pm EST