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Exciting environmental film competition goes global

Do you feel strongly about the environment and the issues that affect it? Do you enjoy getting behind the camera to make films? Do you want to be in with a chance of winning $1500? If you answered ‘yes’ to all of the above, read on!

The hugely successful tvebiomovies competition is back and is giving you the opportunity to show off your creative film making abilities through YouTube. With 5 categories to enter, there is something for everyone. If your idea makes it to the shortlist, we’ll give you $300 to turn it into reality. Finalist films will be screened at the UN COP18 Conference in Qatar and they’ll also go head-to-head for 5 prizes of $1500.

To find out more and to submit a proposal, visit www.tvebiomovies.org. You’ll also be able to watch some of last year’s winning films. Proposals must be entered by 5th September so you haven’t got long. The clock is ticking for you and for the planet…what are you waiting for?


- Celia Cobern, tve

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