The call for submissions for the 4th Edition of the WHO Health for All Film Festival (HAFF) is now open until 31 January 2023!
The HAFF aims to celebrate the art of short films as a means of raising awareness and promoting global health issues.
WHO invites all video artists and video creators from all over the world to submit their short documentaries, fiction or animation films of three to eight minutes for the categories of better health and well-being and Universal Health Coverage in the context of vision and eye care and/or ear and hearing care. This is a great opportunity for film and video innovators in both communities to champion and promote these important areas of health.
More information: https://www.who.int/initiatives/the-health-for-all-film-festival/social-media-assets
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