Mechanics for Submission
In recognition of the role of the youth in promoting climate change awareness, RESILIENCE is challenging you to come up with short videos showcasing climate change adaptation and mitigation initiatives. You may download an entry form at resilience.upd.edu.ph.
- Entries must run a minimum of three (3) minutes and maximum of (5) minutes including the title card.
- Entries must include the following:
a. 2 seconds of black in the beginning
b. Title card with: name of sender, school, title, and date submitted
c. 2 seconds of black in the end
- Entries must answer the question: How can the youth contribute to climate change adaptation and/or mitigation?
- Entries must be in digital video format and may only be in either .MP4, .AVI, or .MPEG formats. Three (3) copies of the entry must be submitted in three (3) separate flash drives labeled with the name of the sender, the title, and school. Filenames must be labeled [SURNAME]_[TITLE].[file extension]. (Ex: ANTONIO_HEATWAVE.mp4)
- Entries must be submitted on or before 30 June 2016.
- There will be two divisions for the competition:
a. High school division
b. College division
- Submissions must be accompanied by any certification of registration or enrollment for A.Y. 2015-2016.
- Entries must be submitted at the Padayon Public Service Office, Rm. 210, Vidal A. Tan Hall, University of the Philippines Diliman.
- Dialogue may be in Filipino, English, or any language, provided that accompanying English subtitles are edited in the video.
- All materials used in the film must be original. The use of stock photos and videos is prohibited. The use of any copyright content (music, video, or photo) must come with a written permission for its use. Unauthorized content will automatically merit disqualification.
- Entries must not have violent content, vulgar language, nudity, or obscenity.
- Entries must not have been submitted in other competitions or festivals before. Entries previously screened or made available commercially are not allowed.
- Participation in the competition is an agreement to the reproduction of content for the sake of advocacy.
- The criteria for judging is as follows:
- CONTENT 40%
- Adherence to the theme
- Accuracy of information presented
- Knowledge presented
- STYLE 40%
- Creativity of presentation
- Technical presentation (editing, direction, sound )
- OVERALL APPEAL 20%
- Likes/Upvotes in the page
- CONTENT 40%
- Shortlisted entries will be available for viewing on 4 July 2016 at the RESILIENCE website (resilience.upd.edu.ph) to be voted upon by the general public.
- A panel of experts on climate change and filmmaking will judge the entries. The decision of the panel of judges is final and irrevocable.
- One overall winner and one People’s Choice Award (most upvotes) winner per division will be recognized. A total of four winners will be awarded.
- Each winner in the two divisions will receive PHP 15,000 each and the People’s Choice Awardees will receive PHP 5,000 each.