Call for Entries PhotoDiversity Film Festival

Call for Entries PhotoDiversity Film Festival

The PhotoDiversity Film™ Festival presents film makers of diverse backgrounds offering meaningful perspectives on environmental issues. The PhotoDiversity Films™ Festival celebrates the value of Diversity for Science, Ecology and Community and, it supports the charitable work of The Zoological Lighting Institute, an international NGO dedicated to science in support of animal welfare and wildlife conservation. Learn more HERE.

The PhotoDiversityFilm Festival invites film students to submit their work for consideration of inclusion in the first ‘PhotoDiversityFilm Festival. The Festival features a variety of prize award categories for students and professionals alike, and successful applicants will be included in, and welcomed at, all events. Accepted submissions will also be featured on a dedicated upcoming PhotoDiversity FilmFestival YouTube Channel.

We are looking for films that champion social and cultural aspects of environmental action, in addition to scientific documentaries. Our theme is ‘Environmental Equity at the Equinox’, in keeping with the UN Decade on Biodiversity . The Festival will be held in everyday workplaces at WeWork locations in New York City, and featured at the American Museum of Natural History during a special ‘Under the Blue Whale’ Reception on 21 March, 2018, featuring Discovery Channel Cinematographer Andy Casagrande. Successful student applicants will be admitted gratis to these events.

We will be soliciting films until 1 January, 2018, with a judging period lasting until 1March 2018, leading to the final festival event from 19 to 25 March 2018. The Festival is now listed on FilmFreeway. Films may be submitted either through PhotoDiversity.Org or directly at <<www.FilmFreeway.com/PhotoDiversityFilms>>.

We encourage students to submit films today, and help advance ‘Environmental Equity at the Equinox’!

PhotoDiversity Films | The Zoological Lighting Institute


Event Expiration Date: 2018-01-01

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