CEEweb for Biodiversity, Diverziti Association and Greenpeace Hungary invite all owners of cameras and other recording systems to attend the second Green-Go International Short Film Contest and Festival!
The second international Green-Go Short Film Contest and Festival aims to gather environmentally and socially conscious youngsters to organize the contest and the festival on one hand, and on the other hand, to inspire youngsters to creatively express their ideas in a short film format.
Selected videos will be screened during the II. International Green-Go Festival in Budapest, Hungary. Plus, there are cash prizes!
Submit Short Films About Environmental and Social Problems
With the shorts, the organizers aim to raise awareness on environmental and social problems at global, European and national level. With Green-Go festival, the intention is to create the basis of a sustainable green film event that activates both youngsters and the civil society, attracts interested people and stakeholders and generates dialogues within the whole society about key eco-social questions.
Within the film contest, the organizers accept short films in three categories to reflect on European awareness, global environmental and social problems and the connection between biodiversity and society. The three categories are therefore European biodiversity (celebrating 20 years of Natura 2000, the EU’s ecological network), renewable energy and energy poverty (celebrating the International Year of Sustainable Energy for All) and the connection between cultural and biological diversity.
The festival – organized in one of the famous Budapest art cinemas – will screen the most creative productions, host various topic-related NGO programmes and an eco-buffet to raise interest among all stakeholders.
Your film should be either a campaign film with maximum of 60 seconds showing wittily or shockingly one of the categories or any other genre with a relevant environmental message with the length between 60 seconds and 8 minutes.
One award-winner in each category will receive 350 Euros (altogether three times 350 Euros). Also, a Public-award of 200 Euros is reserved for one film based on online public votes.
More details can be found on the official website – linked below – so make sure you visit.