Step 2

Step 3

Submit your video by midnight (locally) of November 21st, 2020 with the YouTube link under the submission button on this website, which will be available then via the start page. 

Make sure that you add a proper description of the „educational value“ of the video and that it is uploaded to Youtube with a Creative Commons License.

How it works

Step 1

We will be announcing 3 keywords that have to be included in every submitted video on the start page of this website on November 17th, 11:00 GMT (12:00 CET / 13:00 EET) - check your time zone!

Knowing the keywords, you can start: brainstorm ideas, write a script, record your scenes and
edit them.

If you need help, contact your local coordinator. We have also prepared a Help & Learning page for you. Create your video in the set timeframe 

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Step 4

The judging process: 

Till Monday, November 22nd, midnight, institutions decide which of their videos will be sent into the international competition.

Between November 23rd and November 24th, a panel of judges from all participating countries will select a shortlist following the criteria by giving points in a scoring sheet - they select the best video per institution and the best 10 videos overall. 

Between November 25th and 28th the jury will meet online to select the winners. The winning teams will meet in Austria in March 2022 for a week, where they will receive support from international teachers to produce a video which will be screened at an international film festival in 2022. 


Step 5

The winners will be announced at an award ceremony at Pdagogische Hochschule Obersterreich in Austria on Monday, November 29th at 16:00 GMT, 17:00 CET, 18:00 EET. Please check your time zone! 

The ceremony will be transmitted online to all screenings at participating institutions by a live stream ! 

Rules

Videos must 

  • not be longer than 4 min. 
  • follow the criteria
  • contain the 3 keywords published on this site 
    • on November 17th, 11:00 GMT (12:00 CET / 13:00 EET)
  • be copyright free for common use and respect data and privacy protection regulations 
  • be understandable for an international audience 
    • English or English subtitles or other creative forms
  • have understandable file names and description 
    • Including identifiable group name and production country
  • be set public on Youtube with Creative Commons Licensing 
    • That they can be shown at public events and downloaded 
  • be uploaded to Youtube by Sunday, November 21st, midnight your local time 
  • be submitted in the local submission process for selection to the international competition 

Criteria

Please keep in mind that the educational value of the video is the most important factor for winning!

The criteria are:

  • Educational value 1-10 points 
  • Technical merits 1-5 points 
  • Artistic quality 1-5 points 


See Help & Learning page for details and definitions of the criteria.

See the jury guideline document to find out how the jury will judge your videos 

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