Premio Audiovisual Sobre Bioética (3)

Bioethics Prize For Audiovisual Projects



Deadlines

21 Jan 2019
Call for entries

31 May 2019
Festival closed

01 Oct 2019
Notification date

15 Oct 2019
15 Oct 2019

Address

Jesús i Maria, 6,  08022, Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain


Festival description
Bioethic
Short Films
Feature Films


Festival requirements
 Fiction
 Documentary
 Animation
 Fantastic
 Terror
 Experimental
 Music Video
 Other
 Genres
 Themes
 Does NOT have submission fees
 National Festival
 Physical Location
 Production date: Any
 Production countries: Required
 Shooting countries: Any
 Director nationalities: Required
 Debut Films 
 School projects 
 Any language
 Any language
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The projects presented must address a social, health or scientific issue that poses an associated ethical debate. For example: genetic modification, assisted reproduction, human rights, transplants, doctor-patient relationship, aging, sexuality, end of life, environmental ethics, sustainability ...

Festival start: 15 October 2019      Festival end: 15 October 2019

The Víctor Grífols i Lucas Foundation awards this prize to an audiovisual project, with the winning entry receiving 5000 euros to support the production of the finished work. The prize aims to promote education, discussion and analysis of bioethical issues with a social impact, through work aimed at a general audience.

5000 euros

The Víctor Grífols i Lucas Foundation announces an award for an audiovisual project worth 5,000 euros, for the final production of the work. The objective of the award is to promote the dissemination, debate and reflection around bioethical issues with social impact, through a communication work aimed at the general public.

1. The submitted projects must address a social, health or scientific issue that poses an associated ethical debate. For example: genetic modification, assisted reproduction, human rights, transplants, doctor-patient relationship, aging, sexuality, end of life, environmental ethics, sustainability ...


2. The prize is aimed at young creators, postgraduate or master students, professionals and in general anyone with an own audiovisual project who wants to materialize and / or develop.


3. Projects of different formats can be presented: short films, reports, documentaries ... They can be unpublished projects or already started and pending development, but it will be necessary to provide some sample of the audiovisual material as well as the written memory of the project.

4. Candidates must submit a brief sample of initial images and two documents: a description of the project goals, no more than five pages in total (including schedule, format, locations, synopsis, CV of authors and estimated budget) and a statement of intent letter from a production company interested in producing the project in the event that it wins the prize. All documentation should be submitted online via the Festhome platform, and a copy of the project documents must also be sent to the offices of the Foundation.


5. The prize money of 5,000 euros will be paid directly to the production company responsible for the project, and this company must submit a report of how the money has been applied in the year following award of the prize. While the project is in production, both the production company and the prizewinner will receive support from the Víctor Grífols i Lucas Foundation with respect to the ethical aspects of the programme topic.


6. The closing date for submission of projects is 31 May 2019.


7. The jury will be composed of leading specialists in the field, and will have the authority to interpret the rules and to resolve disputes.


8. The evaluation criteria will be as follows: project viability, potential impact, originality and innovation of format, social interest and relevance of topic, standards of information and evaluation, formal accuracy and the inclusion of a plurality of perspectives.


9. The jury’s decision will be final and will be notified via the Foundation website www.fundaciogrifols.org in the first half of October de 2019. The jury may decide not to award the prize.


10. Entry implies full acceptance of the rules.


Fundació Víctor Grífols i Lucas
c/ Jesús i Maria, 6 08022 Barcelona. España
Tel: +34 935 710 410
e-mail: fundacio.grifols@grifols.com
www.fundaciogrifols.org

  

 
  

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