The Very Short Film Competition

Student making film on mobile phone

If you’re interested in filmmaking, presenting and have a passion for a particular subject, create a 60 second film and be in with a chance to win £9,000 towards your education. Entries for the Very Short Film competition are now open.

Produce a 60-second film on a subject of your choice and you could win £9,000 towards your education, courtesy of Guardian Students and the Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press (OUP).

You can base the film on any subject – it might be a personal interest or something that relates to your study. But you’ll need to show that you can convey complex ideas in a short amount of time. Successful entrants will be on top of their subject, giving an interesting angle, not just a set of facts – and they’ll present them withverve and passion.

The deadline for entries is 31 December 2012. The competition is open to any UK student who is enrolled on a full-time, fee-paying higher or further education course (or equivalent in Scotland), and to any UK school student who is applying for a place on a fee-paying higher or further education course in autumn 2013.

For further information check out The Guardian website.


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