[act-ma] Submit Film for Bristol CND's 'Chance of a Lifetime' Short Film Competition; Deadline 31/Oct!

Sofia Wolman sofiawolman at gmail.com
Wed Oct 15 13:21:15 PDT 2014

For all those working for nuclear abolition, here's a great way to work
with our partners in the UK!!

*Bristol CND’s ‘Chance of a Lifetime’ Short Film Competition*

*Call for Entries- Closing date 31st October*

*Watch our 3 minute video trailer, find out all about Bristol CND’s
exciting ‘Chance of a Lifetime’ short film competition for young people  -
£1000 to win for you or your school!*

*“What would you tell the world about nuclear weapons?”*

Show us, in a film 30-120 seconds long. You could think about:

*The cost*: 200,000 died at Hiroshima and Nagasaki

*The risk*: Human error has repeatedly put us within minutes of a first

*The scale*: There are over 17,000 nuclear weapons in the world

*The price*: £100 billion to replace UK’s ‘Trident’ nuclear weapon system

*Prizes - new for 2014 – ‘most watched film’ prize!*There will be
£1000-worth of prizes awarded - the prizes in the Young Adult (19-25) age
category being cash, and a mixture of cash and film-making equipment being
offered in the younger age groups. This year, for the first time, we shall
also be offering a special prize for the qualifying entry which the judges
consider to have been seen by the most people within 3 months of the
closing date of the competition – whether at a film festival, cinema, film
club screening, on YouTube (measured by comments left via the Film
Competition’s YouTube channel), at school or college,…Simply submit
evidence of your films screenings.

*Prize-giving and showcase event *

*Watershed, 1 Canon's Road, Harbourside, Bristol, BS1 5TX*

This free-of-charge event will be held at 12:30 for a 1:00 pm start om Sun
16th November and will showcase the best entries on the ‘big screen’, with
an opportunity for the young film-makers to introduce their work, before
judge David Sproxton (co-founder of Aardman) announces the winners and
presents the prizes.  A panel discussion will follow, providing a unique
opportunity to ask questions of David and a panel of other distinguished
film-making professionals.

For further information, and to enter the competition, visit the
competition website at www.thechanceofalifetime.org.uk

Please contact us at info at thechanceofalifetime.org if you have any
questions, or would like leaflets.

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