Just got an email from the Center for Environmental Filmmaking which is offering a $1,000 prize.
They are running a contest for filmmakers to create a short, funny video for YouTube which communicates a clear message that strongly motivates a specific behavior change (for example, driving a fuel efficient car, turning down thermostats, or donating to a conservation cause).
- Be humorous!
- Address a critical environmental issue
- Be an original production
- Reach a broad audience beyond just environmentalists
- Be less than 4 minutes
Submissions are due by March 1, 2010. The winner will be announced at American University on Tuesday, March 23 at the DC Environmental Film Festival.
For more information regarding submission guidelines and contest rules, visit: http://www.environmentalfilm.org.