VAO 2021. The competition is open to both amateur and professional artists, working in one or more of the following media: drawing, printing, painting, photography, digital art, sculpture & young artists (16 -24).Entry fees:£20 for 1st submission and £10 per additional artwork;£15 for entrants under 24 years.This year's prize fund is worth £8,000.
The World Health Organization invites filmmakers from around the world to submit their short films to the 2nd HEALTH FOR ALL Film Festival.The competition has three themetic categories:• Universal health coverage (UHC);• Health emergencies;• Better health and well-being.The competition is free to enter.There will be three Grand Prix, one for each category. Each of the winners will receive US$ 10,000.
The photography competition has two categories:• The Main Category: open to anyone; entry fees: $25 and $35; $10,000 in cash awards.• Students Category: open to all students; entry is free; $5,000 in cash awards.There are three themes:• Climate Change;• Unity in Diversity;• Human Love.You cam submit single photographs or a series of maximum ten images.
The competition is organised by the Rattle, an American poetry magazine.Each poet may submit 15 – 30 pages of poems.The $25 entry fee is a one-year subscription to Rattle magazine.Three winners will receive $5,000 and 500 author copies of their chapbook, which will also be distributed to all of Rattle’s 7,000+ subscribers.
The first edition of Max3min Very Short Film Festival will take place online in March 2021.The competition is open to filmmakers of any nationality from any country.You may submit a maximum of three short films. Films must last no longer than 3 minutes.There are no entry fees.The winner will receive 3,000 € for the production of a new short film.