The international Peace in the Streets Global Film Festival showcases young filmmakers from around the world sharing ideas about making peace at home. Because we believe peace is a human right, the Peace in the Streets Global Film Festival empowers young people everywhere in the world with access to any technology available to share their ideas, innovative approaches and individual voices with one another in their quest for a better world.
Youth 18 and under are invited to make a video relating how to make Peace In The Streets. Films can be made on any device: phones, tablets, or video cameras. Films will be judged by the originality and creativity. Winners could go the United Nations. Films are shown at the Peace in the Streets Global Film Festival.
The Festival gives youth of the world a voice in world affairs – their opportunity to speak and tell their story of how they would make Peace in the Streets. It is designed to help youths tell a story and have an audience to listen.
FESTIVAL SUBMISSION IS FREE.
PSGFF RULES, TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR UPLOADING FILM SUBMISSION.
OPEN ONLY TO UP TO 18 AND UNDER CHILDREN THEIR PARENT OR GUARDIAN KNOWLEDGE
By entering the “Peace In The Streets Global Film Festival” (“Competition”)
ELIGIBILITY. The Competition is only open to children around the world who are not older than 18 years old as of the date of entry and their parent or legal guardian of the child approval.
HOW TO SUBMIT. In order to enter this Competition, entrants must upload their video onto Peace In The Streets Global Film Festival App. Entries must address at least one of the following themes: (1.) How you would you suggest to make peace in the streets, communities or around the world. (2.) How the teaching of non violent teaching could play in education in the future. The entry must: (a.) include the title of an original video, (b.) the filmmaker’s name, (c.) be no longer than five (5) minutes. (d.) only use authorized content, including, without limitation, music, images,film clips, and other intellectual property (e.) Contact of Parent, Guardian or School/Organization (f.) Be appropriate for children viewing and by the general public, (g.) Entrant represents and warrants that Submission is the original work of entrant, it has not been copied from others, and it does not violate the rights of any other person or entity.
PSGFF reserves the right to disqualify any entry at its sole discretion.
FINALIST SELECTION AND NOTIFICATION. A panel of judges will conduct the preliminary selection and on TBA the final review. In the preliminary and final rounds, judges will review and score the Submissions according to the following criteria: (1.) Creativity in expression of the theme, (2.) Originality of the Submission. Contestants will be notified via email by Mid October, 2018. If any such entrant: (i) cannot be contacted; (ii) does not respond within five (5) days from the date the Sponsor first tries to notify her/him; (iii) fails to return all releases and other requested documents; such entrant forfeits and an alternate will be selected.
PRIZE DESCRIPTION. Winners will have their short films shown at the United Nation. Winners along with one adult chaperone will have an opportunity to be invited to the United Nations in New York. Finalist videos may also be featured on YouTube channel, and other social media pages along to psgff.org website and PSGFF mobile app.