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#FilmeTonClimat Video Contest

The Deauville Green Awards festival and the Normandy Region are organizing a video competition for 15-25 year olds to enable young people from Normandy to become actors in climate protection during this period of confinement.

How to participate ?

Participants have until May 29 to share their vision of climate protection on the various social networks Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube with the hashtag #FilmeTonClimat.

The conditions are simple: be between 15 and 25 years old, a laptop, a video of maximum 2 minutes, alone or in groups, and reside in Normandy.

Two criteria

The best films will be selected based on the following two criteria:

> the creativity and I'originality message and video.

> theimpact on social networks. The most viewed, liked or shared videos will be promoted in order to raise awareness among the greatest number.

Awards

These films will be screened at the Deauville Green Awards festival and two winners will be rewarded online at the awards ceremony on June 18 with the ambition of raising awareness of the environment for young generations by making them the driving force behind change. .

The climate in 2020

Faced with the multiplication of recent climate events and to make the issue of climate change more concrete, Hervé Morin, President of the Normandy Region, decided to mobilize a group of Norman experts and scientists to report on the impacts of climate change in Normandy: the Normand IPCC. This is why, in the wake of the # Youth4Climate mobilization initiated by young generations all over the world, the festival and the Normandy region have decided to offer this video contest to young Norman people.

Video competition

#FilmeTonClimat

About the Festival

Deauville Green Awards offers a unique opportunity for companies, institutions, NGOs and communities to promote their actions and good practices to meet the challenge of climate change, preserve our environment, ensure the well-being of future generations.

For the past 8 years, the festival has given itself the mission of promoting this great repertoire made up of institutional films, spots and documentaries around sustainable development and eco-innovations, and thus raising awareness among all stakeholders of these vital subjects.

Each year the festival brings together 500 films from the 4 corners of the world in an international competition 400 professionals and key players in the sector for 2 days of screenings, discovery and networking, as well as hundreds of schoolchildren and general public visitors.

In a context of health crisis, this 9th edition organized on June 17 and 18, 2020 will be online, 100% connected around the DNA of the festival: promoting audiovisual creation to initiate a major mobilization.

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