CWEA 2017 Film Festival

CWEA Community Engagement & Outreach Committee

2017 Film Festival

SHOWCASE YOUR TRAINING OR PUBLIC EDUCATION VIDEOS AT THE 2017 ANNUAL CONFERENCE IN PALM SPRINGS, CA

The Film Festival is your opportunity to showcase training and public education videos produced by your agency. Awards will be given in the following categories: 

  Public Education Training
 Amateur  YES  YES
 Semi-Pro  YES  YES
Professional YES YES

CWEA-film-festNEW THIS YEAR: AWARD SUBMISSIONS YOUTUBE

This year’s nominations will be featured on a CWEA YouTube “channel” designed specifically for Film Festival entries and past winners. See below on how to enter to get your video in the competition and on the site.

You can visit the site at any time: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVmNsA-Io3Skb28E9AyOdXu9B2Bha_V7E

AWARDS

A first and second place award will be given in both categories under each classification. Judging will be done by members of the CWEA Community Engagement and Outreach Committee and/or by a committee appointed by the CWEA Board. Award winners will be featured and awards will be presented at the 2017 Annual Conference in Palm Springs.

Start thinking NOW about your entry… it’s not too early!

GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES FOR PARTICIPATION

CATEGORIES: Films should be based on information and issues relating to the field of wastewater in California, including but not limited to operations, source control, safety and laboratory. There are two award categories:

  1. PUBLIC EDUCATION: films produced to inform the public or change public behaviors or attitudes
  2. TRAINING: films produced to train in-house personnel

 CLASSIFICATION: All submittals will be grouped for review according to one of three classifications based on the film producer’s level of expertise:

AMATEUR: The film producer must be one of the following:

  • a high school or college student who did not use professional support
  • an individual who did not produce the film as part of his/her profession, and was not paid for the production, or
  • an employee who produced the film in-house, who is not a professional and did not use professional support.

SEMIPROFESSIONAL: The film producer must be one of the following:

  • a communications student using a professional’s talent or equipment
  • an individual or employee who isn’t a professional but is using professional support, or
  • a public information officer with film production experience

PROFESSIONAL: The film producer completed a paid production created primarily by people who work in the media production industry, the producer’s primary occupation.

HOW TO ENTER

Complete the entry form (AVAILABLE HERE) and return it to Megan Barillo (mbarillo@cwea.org) on or before March 1, 2017.

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