Let’s Talk About Water – International Film Prize

Description

Sunday, 26 January 2020

Deadline
30 April 2020

Who may enter
The competition is open to anyone.

Description 

The Canadian University of Saskatchewan is hosting an International Water Film Festival and Competition called Let's Talk About Water.

Let’s Talk About Water is soliciting short films—up to two minutes—that inform, educate, inspire and motivate people to come together and embrace our ubiquitous need to value water and to share compelling narratives on how to cope with too little, too much, or too dirty water.

Whether you call yourself a hydrologist, climatologist, ecologist, geographer, social scientist, artist, or knowledge keeper, you can submit a film about water, nature, and humans.  

The film should last between 1 and 2 minutes.

Films must be produced after January 1, 2018.

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Entry fees
The competition is free to enter.

Prizes

• Grand Prize: $10,000
• First Prize: $5,000
• Second Prizes (4 total): $1,000 each
• Audience Choice: $,1000

The winning films will be featured at the Let's Talk About Water Film Festival to be held in June, 2020 at the University of Saskatchewan, in Saskatoon, Canada.

Competition website
For further information visit https://www.letstalkaboutwater.ca/waterfilmprize