Wanted: Films that illustrate how aid works
The Social Impact Media Awards, organized by DEEDA Productions, have announced their 2nd annual call for submissions for their juried 2014 awards. Filmmakers and do-gooders, show us your video-based products that portray people grappling with the realities of aid programs on the ground!
SIMA is looking for videos that share unique insight into “HOW AID WORKS”, or videos that highlight distinctive approaches, creative models, successful tactics and innovations, emphasizing processes used and impact measurements. NGOs, foundations, local grassroots organizations, and community activists from all over the world are invited to submit their videos and compete for recognition of the process behind their development work. These how-to stories can be between 3-20 minutes long. (Check out the 2013 Educational Impact nominees here.)
Learn more about the rules and regulations of this film competition and submit yours here!
The Social Impact Media Awards makes juried impact documentaries available to institutions and community groups who wish to host screenings and utilize social cinema to inspire and mobilize their constituencies. See the SIMA 2013 Screening Catalogue and book a screening here.