COP26 Filmmaking Challenge
Ahead of COP26, the UN's climate conference, we want you to make a short film telling the stories behind the climate crisis.
You can work by yourself, or in a small team of p to 6 people (cast/interviewees don't count from this total). Teams must include at least one UEA student, but feel free to get your non-UEA friends involved!
Your film must be between 1 and 5 minutes long, and can be narrative or non-fiction.
Subject matter can be anything, as long as it's connected to the climate and ecological crisis, and takes issues regarding this topic seriously.
During UEA's COP26 festival week, we'll have a mini filmmaking festival, showing your films and giving out awards.
Submitting a film
The screening and awards event will take place on the evening of Monday - October 25th, in LT4.
You can submit your film using a Google Drive link or similar, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions close at midnight on Friday the 22nd of October.
(For potential late submissions, email email@example.com)
Follow COP26 festival on Instagram for updates on the competition and screening event:
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