Let’s Talk About Water (LTAW) is an environmental initiative started by film researcher Linda Lilienfeld that uses the power of film to draw attention to water issues around the globe.
The competition is orgasnised by the Global Institute for Water Security at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada.
“ Let’s Talk About Water is soliciting short films—up to two minutes—that inform, educate, inspire and motivate people to come together and embrace our ubiquitous need to value water and to share compelling narratives about water issues and solutions.
The submitted film is about water issues and/or solutions.
Whether you are a student, filmmaker, hydrologist, ecologist, geographer, social scientist, artist, or knowledge keeper, you are invited to submit a film for the 2021 Water Film Prize.
_ Maximum of 2 minutes in length (not including credits)
_ The film must be produced after January 1, 2020.
_ The film cannot have been submitted to the 2020 Let’s Talk About Water International Film Prize competition.
_ All submissions should be 1920 X 1080 or landscape NOT portrait aspect.
_ Videos to be submitted in either an MOV or MP4 file format.
There is no entry fee to participate!
The competition is free to enter
Deadline : 30 April 2021
Who may enter ?
The International Film Prize is open to is open to anyone around the world over the age of 18.
• Grand Prize: $10,000
• First Prize: $5,000
• Second Prizes (4 total): $1,000 each
• Viewer’s Choice: $1,000
For further information visit the official website