(VOV) - The Goethe Institutes in Southeast Asia countries have launched a competition for young filmmakers to raise public awareness of the importance of water in life.
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The SEADocs competition aims to encourage and support young filmmakers in developing their innovations in pressing social and environmental issues in a professional way.
Participants, mostly students aged 18-28, from Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, are required to make a film on the theme “H2O: Sink or Swim”.
A jury of film, television and forestry experts will select three students based on a portfolio of their work and their motivational essays.
Each country’s shortlisted students will then receive expert guidance during the eight week production period for their competition entry film.