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This competition is now closed. Thank you for sharing your stories.

See all the videos on our App or as a playlist here.

Winners will be notified and awarded later in the year.

 

 

PRIZES

In addition to the prizes mentioned below, winning films will go to major film festivals and will be featured on the new MTV Voices platform.

14-17 Age Group Winners Prize
First prize Video equipment and software
Second prize Video editing software
Third prize Tablet
18-35 Age Group Winners Prize
First prize USD 15,000
Second prize USD 10,000
Third prize USD 5,000

 

WHAT DOES CLIMATE CHANGE MEAN TO YOU

ACTION4CLIMATE video challenge invited young aspiring filmmakers to produce and submit a 1-12 minute video documentary telling a story about climate change.

How are you tackling climate change in your community?

What climate solutions have you identified?

What needs to be done to solve the climate challenge?

 

PAST DEADLINE: APRIL 1

ELIGIBILITY

The contest was open to young filmmakers from all over the world (individuals and teams of 5 or less) in two age groups:

Download the competition rules here.

 

ACCLAIMED JURY

Award-winning film directors and producers, and international organization representatives are selecting the winning entries:

  Bernardo Bertolucci - President of the Jury

  Atom Egoyan

  Marc Forster

  Mika Kaurismaki

  Rose Kuo

  Rachel Kyte

  Cynthia López

  Fernando Meirelles

  Mira Nair

  Bob Rafelson

  Walter Salles

  Pablo Trapero

  Wim Wenders

 

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