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Want to be on ANC? Submit your videos to Mulat Pinoy’s “We Are RH” video contest

Amateur filmmakers are invited to submit short films on reproductive health.

Do you wish your videos were on TV instead of YouTube? Are you a budding filmmaker? Hoping to have your own cool video camera? This might just be your big break!

Join “We are Right Here. We are RH.”! This amateur video contest puts the spotlight on young people and their take on responsible parenthood, reproductive health, and population and development.

If you are 25 years old or younger, muster your creative energies and make your video! Share your views on the use of condoms, family planning, sex education, or anything related to the RH Bill. Be it a public service announcement or commercial, a mini-documentary, animation or a dramatic scene, you have the freedom to speak your mind on video the best way you know how.

Your video should be at least 90 seconds and at most 8 minutes. You can use any type of video camera. Whether it’s a cell phone camera, your iPod or iPad’s Face Time, or a pro DSLR, the sky’s the limit! Final edited videos should be in forms of .avi, .mp4, .mpeg, .mpg, .mov and .wmv. The “We are RH. We are Right Here.” video contest supports originality. Make sure that the videos, clips, movies and sounds you use are your own.

Finalists’ videos entries will be featured in a TV special to be aired on one of the most prestigious networks in the country, the ABS-CBN News Channel. The producers and directors of the winning video clips will also be interviewed. Selected entries shall also be aired on the Knowledge Channel program, Peliculab.

Aside from fame and nationwide reach, winners shall also get the following cash prizes: Php 25,000 for the First Prize, Php 15,000 for the Second Prize and P10,000 for the Third Prize. They will also receive trophies, and video cameras from Creative Zen.

A special citation award shall be given by the United Nations Population Fund to one entry that best embodies their theme for 2011, “The World at 7 Billion.” The winner of this special award will receive P15,000, a video camera and a trophy. UNFPA will also use the selected video entry in their 7 Billion information campaign.

The deadline for entries is September 30, 2011.

Join the discussion. Let your voice be heard. And let Mulat Pinoy be the channel for your shout-out to the world. Join “We are Right Here. We are RH.”

Regina Layug-Rosero/Dante Gagelonia
Project Coordinators, Mulat Pinoy
Email: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
Telephone: (+632) 4330456

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