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compétition de films 2023
Apply for the 2023 film competition: International

2023 Film Competition, Childnet is inviting young people from all over the world to the International Film Competition to create a short film based on this year's theme of online safety.

Important dates : 

Deadline: 21 June 2023

Name of donor : Childnet

Amount of the grant : less than 1,000 $

Category: Events

Reference URL : 

Film is a celebrated and important profession and art, not to mention one of the most exciting ways to visually educate an audience.

Childnet Film Competition: International would make a fantastic online safety education offering for your next term, not to mention a unique opportunity for your learners to develop their media, drama and art skills while thinking about online safety.

The winners will be announced on the Childnet website on Wednesday 19 July 2023.

Price information
  • Multiple groups within a school can submit their own films for the chance to win £500 for your school to spend on a spectacular filmmaking prize.
Eligibility criteria for the 2023 film competition
  • The international category is
    • For young people aged 7 to 18 attending schools outside the UK.
    • Entrants must choose to enter either the age group, 7-11 (in the UK, primary school age) or the age group, 11-18, (in the UK, secondary school age). One winning film will be selected from each age group.
    • All film entries must be 2 minutes or less.
    • This deadline must include all the credits you wish to add. It is advisable to keep the credits to a minimum so as not to waste time on the content of your film, and remember to only add first names!
    • As long as the film has been entered by an educator, we will accept individual entries for the competition.
    • Film groups must be made up of a maximum of 8 people. (This should include everyone involved in the film, from crew to performers).
    • Schools may enter several films, but only one film per group of films.
    • All schools outside the UK are invited to create a two-minute film in response to the competition theme "It's time to talk - How can people help each other online?"
    • Film entries must
      • Present only original or purchased music to avoid copyright problems (i.e. no well-known pieces of music).
      • Be positive and have a message that can help other young people.

For more information, please visit Childnet .

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