For the first time, BAFTA in London will mark European anti-Human Trafficking Day, 18 October, by hosting a film festival, organised by RENATE.
As part of the festival, RENATE is inviting students aged 16-24 years to join in their mission, using the following slogan and #tags as themes for short films (four minutes):
Slavery - Human Trafficking – Near YOU!
Due to COVID-19 we have pushed back the deadline date of entry to the 30th August 2020.
We hope this will help anyone struggling to work on their video during COVID-19 lockdown. We've also added some extra information on our FAQ page to help you work on your video remotely. See the FAQ page for more information.
COVID-19 potentially has significant negative implications on trafficking, and so we encourage you to make a video for our competition and help raise awareness around trafficking.
Films in English or subtitled English.
Films can be made on a smartphone, tablet, or video camera.
Films can be made through the media of dance, music, poetry, rap, animation, graphics, cartoons, interviews or a news article.
Multiple teams can enter, with a maximum of five key students in each team.
No limit to number appearing in a film.
Anyone who appears must sign a consent form to that effect.
Permission must be sought for original music from artist.
Entrants must upload a video file to the RENATE events website in a supported format.
Entry is now open.
Deadline for all entries is 30th August 2020.
Voting opens 1st September 2020 (you can vote on the RENATE Events website).
Voting closes 25th September 2020.
Three finalists are chosen and informed on 28th September 2020.
Prizes for winning team/entry
All winning films are shown at the RENATE film festival held at BAFTA and Royal Society of Arts.
Up to 5 team members can attend the film festival, and will also receive a certificate.
If you have any questions, see the FAQ page for the film competition.