Camera Sika x Road to COP26 invites young people (18 and under) to submit proposals for films for a 30-day filmmaking challenge on climate change topics. We are offering ten (10) grants worth NPR 150,000 each to help you produce a short film (under 5 minutes) for a screening programme held to mark the next UNFCCC Climate Change Conference or COP26, which takes place in Glasgow, Scotland from 1 to 12 November 2021.
You must be based in Nepal or Nepali to be eligible. Other conditions include:
- Max age of 18 at the time of submitting the proposal (10 September 2021)
- Proposed film is less than 5 minutes in length (including credits)
- Copyrighted material is not used (music, images, clips sourced from the internet)
- Should have a bank account to receive the grants
- Should have permission from guardian/parent to participate in this opportunity for all applicants below the age of 18.
- Pitch should be based on one of the Themes provided below.
Please read the FAQ document linked below for further details about this opportunity.
- Profiles of youth and women/girl leaders who are delivering impactful climate action
- Documentation of innovation and solutions to climate change developed by Nepalis
- Stories/actions of people at the forefront of climate change and those most affected including women/girls, indigenous and marginalised communities
- Creative documentaries that draw extraordinary connections between people and climate
- Fiction films documenting possible future life because of inaction
A four-member panel will be judging the proposals on the following:
- Alignment with the suggested themes
- Can be feasibly made within 30 days
- Creativity and strength of message
- Sample of past work (does not need to be films)
Deadline: Send your pitch by 10 September 2021 11:59 PM NPT to be considered for the grant award.
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