tvebiomovies Open for Video Submissions on the Environment
July 16, 2013  //  By:   //  Blog Post, Featured  //  No Comment

Television Trust for the Environment has opened their tvebiosmovies competition for the year 2013. This film competition, now in its fourth year, is open to entries from around the world. Submissions consist of one-minute films about the environment, and may receive a prize of USD$300. Categories for submission include Climate Change, Seas and Oceans, Agriculture and Forestry, Food Waste, and others.

tve works with partners like UNEP, WWF, and others to make and distribute films to inspire environmental action. Other film projects from the company include “Zero Ten Twenty,” a documentary that tracks the lives of people through across time through the lens of the Rio summits, and “Life Apps,” a film that explores different engineering solutions to environmental problems. To submit a film to tve, visit the tvebiomovies website here. And for more information on tve, or to watch their films, visit their website.

About the Author :

Daniel Zaleznik is a Research Associate for the Center for Governance and Sustainability, and a Masters student in International Relations at the University of Massachusetts Boston. He graduated in 2008 from Vanderbilt University with his B.A. in Philosophy.

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