Visual Documentary Project 2019 Focusing on Justice in Southeast Asia and Japan

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Deadline: 31 August 2019

The Visual Documentary Project is accepting documentaries that deal with any issues or areas relating to justice in Southeast Asia.

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The Visual Documentary Project (VDP) aims to provide a platform to deepen exchanges on Southeast Asia through documentary filmmaking.

It aims to supplement academic research on Southeast Asia and create bridges between filmmakers and researchers working in the region.

Eligibility Criteria

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  • Applicants must be from Southeast Asia or Japan.
  • Documentaries should be no longer than 30 minutes.
  • Applicants should make sure they have permission from any subjects that appear in the movies.
  • Documentaries should include English subtitles. Translation and subtitling is also the responsibility of applicants. For documentaries selected for screening they require film (without subtitles) and subtitle data to be submitted by requested dates to meet translation embedding schedules.

*Selected documentaries will be screened in their original languages with both Japanese and English subtitles. However, documentaries that are in English will only have Japanese subtitles added and vice versa.

How to Apply

  • Please upload online a copy of the production onto YouTube or Vimeo with subtitles in English. Applicants should also submit a C.V by attachment. Applicants can apply via given website.
  • Conditions for uploading films:
    • Films must be submitted in a format supported by YouTube or Vimeo.
      • Suggested format: frame size 1920×1080, file format MPEG, frame rate 23.98
    • Films must be produced in accordance with their purposes and not defame the Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS).
    • Films that are uploaded should not infringe upon the rights or interests of personal or organizational copyright holders.
      • Any background music (BGM) included in films must be copyright free or have the prior permission of copyright holders to use in said films.
      • For any images from cartoons, literature, television or films, applicants must make sure that copyright has been transferred from those that own them.
  • The organizers will announce the finalist results on the mid- October 2019.
  • Selected documentaries will be uploaded to a website for public viewing.

For more information, please visit https://vdp.cseas.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/vdp2019/

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