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Consent and Cinema Teen Film Festival
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Due December 2nd, 2019 - Change the Talk is excited to announce their annual film festival, “Consent & Cinema,” to raise awareness about sexual violence and celebrate student creativity. High school or alternative school students are invented to submit short films about sexual violence, rape culture, and consent. Change the Talk teen leaders and staff members will select 10-15 films to be screened at the festival on April 25, 2020 at 6pm in Los Angeles. The top three winners will win a cash prize! There is no requirement to attend the film festival if you submit a film.

They believe that art is an empowering and expressive tool in social justice movements. The quality of your work will not be assessed by production value, but rather your creative vision. Films will be assessed on the basis of strength of message, relevance to our mission at Change the Talk, and the creativity of the film.

Change the Talk is a peer-to-peer sexual violence education program for teens in Los Angeles. Since 2015, they have been working to combat sexual violence through teen-led workshops at schools and youth groups, educational events, advocacy campaigns, and art projects. Every year, Change the Talk teen leaders plan and implement a special event to further our mission.

Films must be under 8 minutes in length.

Click the link below for Official Rules and more details.

Prizes

1st Place:
$500

2nd Place:
$350

3rd Place:
$150

Eligibility
Films must be made in the United States and the filmmaker(s) must reside in the United States and have created the film within the past two years and be between the ages of 13 and 19.

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