Monday, October 31, 2011
They accept short film, video and animation submissions from young filmmakers between the ages of 13 to 24. The films must be silent and one minute in length. They must be about environmental awareness. This year's theme is "Going environ-MENTAL" and is specifically about ways we can help solve climate change.
The deadline for submissions is March 1, 2012. The 3rd Annual Everyday Heroes Film Festival will take place from April 13 - 22, 2012.
During the festival, Everyday Heroes plays every 10 minutes on the network of 300 TTC subway platform screens in 60 stations across the Toronto. The festival also plays once every 5 minutes on screens in 35 Ivanhoe Cambridge Shopping Centers in communities across the country.
Everyday Heroes Film Festival
Screening April 13-22 for Earth Day
Submissions are now being accepted for the 3rd Annual Everyday Heroes Film Festival, showcasing great film, video and animation with an environmental focus by Canadian youth aged 13 - 24.
Going environ-MENTAL: cool tricks to solve climate change
Our actions are changing our climate in a way that is negatively affecting our health and the ability of some parts of the world to meet the basic necessities of life (food, clothing, shelter).
Show us a cool trick you think could help solve climate change, or tell us about someone who's already doing something about climate change. Either way, we want to know what you think!
We'll share the best videos online, and with an audience of 2 million in shopping centers and transit systems across Canada.
You could win some very cool prizes!
Submissions must be 60-seconds and silent. You must be living in Canada and between the age of 13 and 24 take part in this Festival. Submission is free. More details online.
Deadline: March 1st, 2012
Produced By: Onestop Media Group, Art for Commuters, Earth Day Canada, Planet in Focus, and the NFB Mediatheque. Prizes sponsored by Aeroplan.