Showcase your talent and become a change maker reaching millions.
Due February 23rd, 2017 - The NO BULL Challenge encourages youth from all over the world to stand up to social issues that are important to them through the art of filmmaking. Pick a subject that’s important to you, that needs attention and get involved. Showcase your talent, voice, and ideas that will create change and reach millions. Get your entire school, the members of your favorite organization or your friends together to create a film that will inspire a movement.
Be creative! Create your short film or PSA that speaks to the importance of raising awareness and can inspire positive social action on the issues that are most affecting students in their school and in your community. Judges will look for creativity; emotional impact and inspirational tone; subject and storyline development; and overall film quality.
Short Film Category—2-5 minutes
1. Documentary of the Year
2. Documentary of the Year (College)
3. Best Community Involvement
4. Best Message
Short-films must be between 2-5 minutes in length; they can be no shorter than two minutes and no longer than five minutes.
PSA (Public Service Announcement) Category —30-60 seconds
1. PSA of the Year
2. PSA of the Year (College)
3. Best Message
4. Best Community Involvement
Make sure to use both the header and footer provided from NoBullChallenge.org. Videos that do not contain the NO BULL header/footer will be disqualified.
Click the link below for Official Rules and more details.
All Category Winners
Award Celebration In-a-Box (host a film festival, assembly, etc. at your school)
VIP Invite to our nominee announcement in March at Twitter HQ and MORE!
Middle school, high school, and college students around the world between the ages 13 to 23 years old are eligible.
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