The We Art Water Film Festival is an international short film competition. Film length must be 1-3 minutes. Entry is free. Prizes:• Micro-documentary: €3,000 • Micro-fiction: €3,000 • Micro-animation: €3,000 • Public Prize: €1,000
The competition is organized by The Royal Photographic Society. There are no categories and all genres of photography are eligible.Entry fees: from £18 to £32.Gold Award: £1,500Silver Award: £750Bronze Award: £500Under 30s Award: £1,500
The Leica Oskar Barnack Award is open to professional photographers. You must submit a series of minimum 10 and maximum 12 photographs. Entry is free. The winner receives a cash prize of 25,000 € and in addition a Leica M camera and a lens worth 10,000 €.
All professional photographers and artists using photography are eligible to participate in the competition. Entry is freeYou may submit a dummy book that has never been published.The winner’s book will be produced with a production budget of €25,000.
The competiton is open to professional artists from all over the world. You may submit a maximum of three social and political posters. Entry is free. Prizes: Grand Prize: 5,000 PLN; 2nd Prize: 3,000 PLN; 3rd Prize: 2,000 PLN.
The competition is open to anyone in the world who is writing in English. Entries must be a single story of 2,000 to 5,000 words. Entry fees: from AU$15 to AU$25. The Jolley Prize is worth a total of $12,500.
The work can be written by a person of any nationality, country of residence, and age.The work must be 1000 words or less. There are no entry fees.Prizes:• 1 Gold prize: $3,000• 2 Silver prizes: $1,500• 3 Bronze prizes: $500
Each artist may submit a maximum of 3 original ex-libris. Only classical graphic techniques will be accepted. Theme is free. There are no entry fees. Grand Prix: 1,000 €
You may submit stories and essays on any theme, up to 6,000 words each.The entry fee is $20.The winning story and essay will each receive $2,000. Ten Honorable Mentions will receive $100 each.