1 minute to tell the world about climate change
Date: 29 July 2009
1 minute to save the world has teamed up with World Development Movement, other NGOs from around the world including Greenpeace, New Economics Foundation and Stop Climate Chaos, and the Guardian newspaper to give you your chance to tell the world about climate change.
1 minute to save the world is an international short film competition which is open to anyone, amateur or professional, who has something they want to say about climate change. The films you make will be distributed around the world and the winning entries will be shown in cinemas at the Copenhagen climate summit in December.
Multinationals and their advertising agencies have long known the power a short film can have. We’ve decided to harness the medium to raise public awareness and pressure governments into meaningful action. It’ll be a truly international competition and festival.
-Jessica Dunlop, festival producer.
Prizes include up to £1000 cash and the judges include leading film makers and climate experts.
For full details see: www.1minutetosavetheworld.com