Call For Entries: Global Dialogues Contest

Posted: March 6, 2014 by moifightclub in Call For Entries, cinema, Contests, Press release
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What’s the Global Dialogues contest all about?
Global Dialogues invites you to come up with an original idea for a short film about HIV/AIDS, sexuality, violence against women, or alcohol, drugs & sex. The best ideas will be turned into films by some of world’s greatest directors and young cinema talents. The Global Dialogues films, each proudly displaying the young authors’ names, are viewed by millions of people every year on TV and on the Internet. You can see the films they’ve produced so far at

Who can participate?
The Global Dialogues contest is open to all young people worldwide who will be under the age of 25 on 31 March 2014. (If you are older than that, you may participate by working in a team led by someone who is under 25.)

When’s the deadline?
All entries must be submitted by midnight GMT on 31 March 2014.

What are the contest prizes?
The contest entries will be examined by a series of juries. There will be 20 winners of the international contest. Each of these winners or winning teams will receive a cash prize of US$125, as well as the possibility of having a film based on their idea made and shown on TV and the Web. In addition, the top 3 winners or winning teams will receive special cash prizes:

Grand Prize: US$2,500
Second Place: US$1,250
Third Place: US$625

Winners of the international contest will receive their prizes on or before 31 July 2014 at the address they give on their Participant Questionnaire. Only one prize will be given to each winning team.

How to participate?

Topics: Your idea can be about any topic related to HIV/AIDS, sexuality, violence against women, or alcohol, drugs & sex. On the next page, you’ll find a list of suggested topics that you can use if you wish.

Story form and language: It’s up to you to decide what form your idea will take. Most participants in Global Dialogues contests write short stories, but you can also send in a video, a theatre play, a comic strip, a song, a poem.… Anything is possible as long as the text is in one of the official Global Dialogues languages: English, French, German, Hindi, Bahasa Indonesia, Kiswahili, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian or Spanish. Length. If you write a story, it may be up to 10 pages long (maximum). Recorded songs or videos may not be longer than 10 minutes.

Resources: As you create your idea, please talk to organisations or individuals in your community who can provide you with good information on the contest issues, or visit credible sources of information online. You can take part alone or in a team.

For more info, get in touch with the Global Dialogues team on Twitter, Facebook or on their Official Website.

  1. Ravi G says:

    Admin can we trust this Global Dialogue Contest to submit our literally work? Did you checked the authenticity of this contest, its people, organisation? Please let us know I am interested to participate.

    • moifightclub says:

      @Ravi G – no clue at all. We get info via someone, we pass it, share it. Sometimes we know its authenticity, sometimes no clue at all. This one came via someone we dont know. So please do check their site, speak to friends, talk to people on social media.

      • Anonymous says:

        MThanx for reply but I’d prefer moifightclub checks and verify this as u ppl r better connected and hv better resources to ask right kind of ppl, as u hv .
        Thanx n regards

    • farah287 says:

      I would be happy to answer any questions you may have about Global Dialogues! I can vouch for the people involved – please Tweet any concerns or comments to @GDialoguesIndia, and I will get back to you ASAP.

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