The Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA) has launched the EAS Future Video Competition to showcase the understanding the youth have of their oceans, and highlight the creativity and firmness with which they can share their knowledge, understanding, plans, and dreams.
- Ocean and coasts as source of food and livelihood,
- Ocean and coasts as habitat and ecosystems,
- Protecting and conserving coastal and shore biodiversity,
- Responsible and sustainable tourism,
- Addressing marine and riverine pollution, and
- Coastal adaptation to climate change.
- 1st prize – USD 750
- 2nd prize – USD 350
- 3rd prize – USD 200
- A single entry per individual or team.
- All members of a team must fall within the same eligibility category. All participants must be credited.
- Must be between 3 and 5 minutes.
- Original work.
- Should primarily consist of film taken within the past year.
- Must be related to the theme of sustaining the oceans, with links to one or more of the sub-themes.
- Creativity is encouraged! There is no set structure. The film could be a mini-documentary, a series of interviews, or tell a story.
- Videos must be accompanied with a maximum 300 word explaining the topic of the video, and where it was filmed.
- May not have won any other contest, or be commercially published whether for news, advertising or otherwise.
- The film should not feature any person, group, or organization without their consent. By submitting the video, participants guarantee that all necessary subject matter permissions are acquired.
- All information should be sent in English, and the video should include English speaking and/or subtitles.
- Open to:
- high school students,
- university students, and
- amateurs up to 30 years old.
- Entry must be an original video filmed in one of the following countries: Brunei, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Japan, DPR Korea, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Philippines, RO Korea, Singapore, Timor-Leste, Thailand, or Viet Nam.
For more information, visit https://www.pemsea.org/our-work/youth/eas-futures-video-competition