Are you a National or International Development Agency or organization? Do you wish to share your knowledge, information and get to promote human interest stories through film? , submit your entries for the NGO international film festival.
Participants would have their films showcased for free, get public recognition and share their knowledge with the rest of the world.
Application Deadline: April 1 2021
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Where Should I Send Your Daily Opportunities?
- Increased visibility as a filmmaker
- You get to share your content with a larger network
- Exchange and sharing of knowledge and ideas
- The opportunity is opened to all National and international development organizations and agencies.
Requirements and specifications
- Films should be themed under the Sustainable Development Goals (Sdgs) in 17 different categories/goals
- The rightful copyright owners should be awarded.(organizations)
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About the the NGO international film festival
The NGO international film festival is the first of it’s kind that came into existence as a way of bridging the gap and to create an opportunity for sharing knowledge, information and discussions through films.
Each year, national and international NGOs receive huge amounts of funding to implement humanitarian and development projects around the world. Part of these funds are used to develop multimedia products including ﬁlms and animation used as a way of documenting lessons learned and sharing, increasing visibility as well as for campaigns and evidence-driven advocacy interventions. Once developed, most of these materials end up in the organizations’ archives or with limited distribution.
We believe this is a waste of resources, both finances and skills, invested in developing such materials. There is a need to ensure such content is shared with a larger community, and that’s why The NGO International Film Festival was created.
Knowledge curation and sharing is therefore, the integral part of this festival. The Festival aims to build a culture of knowledge sharing amongst NGOs and their key stakeholders through films.