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Our small planet is a large unstable territory that makes life for most of its inhabitants a big/little hell, due to the obligation of leaving from where they were born or for the difficulties faced living with the minimum of dignity where they inhabit. The Minute Festival and the UN Agency for Refugees (UNHCR) invites you to create a one-minute video about refugees.
The videos should relate to forced migration as part of earth’s population is living and has lived through or about other kinds of escapes and refuse that live within our bodies… You know that feeling that you get when your shadow is not where it is meant to be… So, make a video up to 1 minute, about refugees, escapes and other shadows that frighten your body.
All the participants that wish to use the UNHCR image database must register at the following website: media.unhcr.org. Search for the images you want to use in your video, add the images to your cart, and then request authorization. Each video can only have a maximum of 20 pictures. UNHCR and its photographer must accredit all pictures used and celebrities cannot be in photos. To request the photos, you must fill out the following blanks: Which best describes your area of work? Freelance Content Creator; Where will the asset be used? Worldwide; How will you use the asset? Use within a Video; Which resolution do you require? Digital Web Ready Image.
Send your video by 31st of May.
Minuto trophy for the best videos – curators vote.
UNHCR trophy – UNHCR staff vote.
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