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United Nations Association to organise Video Festival 2017

Plural Plus International Jury will choose three videos award them with the PLURAL+ International Jury Award. PLURAL+ Awards Ceremony will be held in New York City.

May 25, 2017 16:04 IST
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Plural Plus Youth Video Festival 2017 is a video making competition in which individual or a group can participate by making a video of 5 minutes or less including title and end credits. Videos can be of any type, style or genre as animated, documentary, drama, music video, comedy etc.

United Nations Video Festival 2017

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Application submission closes on June 04, 2017. To check the eligibility and application procedures follow the proceedings:

Eligibility Criteria:

• Candidate cannot be of more than 25 years of age.
• Minimal role of any adult, over the age of 25, involved in the making of the video is acceptable.
• If multiple youth work together on one video then the video will be judged in the age category of the entrant who has a primary role in the creation of the video.
• The video must have English subtitles if not in English language.
• Video must not contain vulgarity, violence, defamatory language, etc.
• Videos must be on the topic like migration, diversity, social inclusion showing their own thoughts, experiences, opinions, questions and suggestions.

Scholarship Reward:

The Plural Plus International Jury will choose three videos, one for each age group and award them with the PLURAL+ International Jury Award. These awardees will receive USD1,000 each as well as an invitation to attend the PLURAL+ Awards Ceremony held in New York City. Travel and accommodations will be taken care of by the organizers.

How to Apply:

Applications are accepted online. To apply click on the link below:
http://www.b4s.in/josh/PPY1

About:

PLURAL + is a joint initiative between the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations and the International Organization for Migration, with a network of over 50 partner organizations, who support the creative efforts of young people and distribute their videos worldwide.

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