Inunity Film Festival is looking for meaningful, creative short videos made by volunteers or volunteering organisations
We’re happy to announce that InUnity Short Film Festival is now accepting video submissions!
The festival is looking for creative, meaningful short videos that show how giving back drives change in the society and empowers people to be their best. The videos should be made by/with young people (11-25).
We’re committed to showing the boldest and most innovative work that challenges the boundaries of filmmaking.
The 5 winning works will receive cash prizes + national coverage through WCVA and will be screened at #gofod3 Festival in March 2020, featuring all volunteering organisations across Wales.
If you have already produced short videos that fit in the competition’s requirements, we highly advise you to participate. This is a great opportunity to showcase the valuable work you’re doing on a national level.
Applications close 1st March 11:59pm
Apply on www.inunity.cymru
Any questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org / 029 2046 2222
gofod3 is the biggest event for the voluntary sector in Wales and organised by WCVA.
Unlike any other event in Wales, this is a space specifically for the voluntary sector to learn from each other, to motivate and inspire one another. It’s a rare but vital opportunity for us to come together and effect change in Wales. This year’s event is sponsored by Keegan & Pennykid and will be held at Cardiff City Stadium on 19 March 2020.
gofod3 has an exciting and busy schedule of speakers, masterclasses, panel debates and workshops, as well as an interactive exhibition space comprising the public, private and third sectors.
Book your free ticket at gofod3.cymru