Filmmaking workshop and competition
Workshop: “Stories through visuals: The art of filmmaking” (June 5, 16:45 to 18:15): We will go over storytelling fundamentals and how to use available resources to tell your own story.
Competition: Following the workshop, you will submit your film for a chance to win exciting prizes.
Eligibility: Students up to class 12 may apply for the school students category, while parents, teachers, and others may apply for the open category.
Submission: Submissions will only be accepted through the submission form on the Curiosity Lab website between June 9 to June 13.
Nature of the submission: The film can be a documentary or a work of fiction based on your or someone else's experiences. It must be an original work shot and edited with the resources available to you. When necessary, archival footage can be used with proper attribution. Animations are also welcome.
Duration: The length of the submission is expected to be no longer than 90 seconds.
Language: The film can be made in English or any Indian language you are comfortable with. If the film is not in English, participants are requested to subtitle it in English.
Results: The winning entries will be announced on the Camp Inspire 2022 website on or before June 21.
Awards and certificates: Three films from the school students category are eligible to receive cash awards and certificates of merit, while two other films will receive honorary mentions. The cash prizes for first, second, and third place are Rs. 5000, Rs. 3000, and Rs. 2000, respectively.
The five best films in the open category will receive certificates of merit.
Participation fee: There is no participation fee, but you must be registered for Camp Inspire 2022 through paid or free mode.
Students currently in school until 12th grade can apply in the student's category. Three films from the school students category are eligible to receive cash awards and certificates of merit. The cash prizes for first, second, and third place are Rs. 5000, Rs. 3000, and Rs. 2000, respectively.
Parents, teachers, undergraduate or postgraduate students, and others may apply for the open category. The five best films in the open category will receive certificates of merit.
Winners under school student category
Trash To Treasure - Amogh Kottada
Need of the Hour - Arjun Tandon
Reasons to smile - Shreya Rawal
If I can, can you? - Pratiti Soni
Life of a teddy bear - Kartikey Bhriguvanshi
Winner under open category
Winner (Open category)
Self-realization - Praveen Kumar Mishra