Who needs the Sundance Film Festival when you have this? The OECD’s annual competition for young videomakers.
Once again, we’re asking anyone aged between 18 and 25 to submit a short video (no more than three minutes) on a theme close to the OECD’s heart. This year, we want you to look at the global economy and then Think Differently: How would you shape tomorrow’s global economy? And what key issues do we need to think about to build a more inclusive world?
The prize? An all-expenses-paid trip to Paris in late May, just in time for the OECD Forum. As previous entrants can testify, that’s well worth winning: “It’s one of the most enriching experience of my life,” said Rachit Sai Barak, a winner in 2012. “At the Forum I not only had the privilege to listen to some of the most eminent economists, politicians and leaders of the world, but I also got a chance to share my experiences, highlight problems and find effective solutions.”
Your deadline is 2 April 2013. Don’t forget to visit the competition site to check out the rules and regulations.
What is progress? If you think you know the answer, and fancy yourself as a filmmaker, you could win a trip to Paris in May 2011.
To celebrate its 50th anniversary, the OECD is inviting young people (ages 18-25) from around the world to make a short video that completes the phrase, Progress is …
Videos should be …
- No longer than three minutes;
- Made in English or French (the OECD’s two official languages)
- Submitted – along with the online registration form – by midnight (Paris time) on 1 March 2011.
Contact the competition [email protected]