Deadline: 10 December 2014 at 18:00 CET
Open to: either professional or amateur film makers
Prize: 325 EUR as for category winner/170 EUR for the winner of the public voting
Green-Go was launched in 2010 for one simple reason: to let the arty people all around the globe express their views and opinions on current pressing issues of nature and society through their short films. Although in its only fourth year, the Green-Go Short Film Contest and Festival has become one of the most known “green” short film contests organised and run by youngsters.
The organisers of Green-Go Short Film Contest are waiting for creative, eye-opener short films in the following three categories:
- Nature works for us! Show us how nature works for us all or what would happen without the services of nature!
- Feeding the world sustainably – Celebrating the International Year of Family Farming. Show the importance of family farms, small-scale agriculture, traditional knowledge, and the need for more sustainable agriculture and more responsible consumers’ choice!.
- Fighting climate change and disasters with natural solutions. Show how climate change threatens us, how we can fight climate change with simple, natural solutions and what existing solutions there are in the world already.
This call is open to anyone who create a short film that fulfill the following requirements:
- A campaign film with maximum of 60 seconds OR
- A short film between 60 seconds and 4 minutes
The films can be made in any genre (cartoon, animation, puppet film, documentary, interviews, etc) The shocking, saucy or dumfounding, in brief the eye-opener and impressive films will get a big plus during the evaluation.
The prizes are:
- Award-winner in each of the three categories: 325 Euro
- Public-award for one film based on the online public votes: 170 Euro
Candidates must fill out the online application form and send before 10 December, 2014 CET 18:00:
- the original film file (in any film format) via the below detailed file transfer websites in high resolution (at least 720 px wide)
- time-coded subtitle file in English (.srt format). A separate time coded subtitle file must be attached also to films without dialogues but with floating titles/texts. Only English subtitles are accepted
- 3 captions from the short film (.jpg format)
Further information see the official website.