Through Your Lens

(Videography competition by Project C.P.R.

Through Your Lens is an initiative to engage aspiring and professional videographers to share a 90 second video of their views on Zero Waste Singapore.

Get creative and be inspiring!

Video Contents

The 90 second video should revolve around the topic of Zero Waste Nation.

Sub-Themes

Video should also contain at least one of the following themes:

  • Single-use Plastics

  • Impact of Plastic Pollution

  • Plastic Recycling

  • Impact of Plastic Waste on Marine Life/Environment

  • How much plastic are we using/throwing away

About

Through Your Lens is one of the many other programmes lined up to celebrate Plastic Lite July (new link to event website) 2019, jointly organised by Blossom World and JOE Eco Alliance, it is a ground up youth project by Project C.P.R.

Competition Details:

Competition flow for school and open categories
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Competition flow for open categories

* short listed semi-finalists will have the opportunity to attend a videography workshop.

^ dates for semi-finals, second submission and finals will be announced at a later date.

Method of judging

Up to the finals, short listed video work will be based on a panel of judges identified by Blossom World and JOE Eco Alliance.  

During the finals, method of short listing would be 80% based on panel judges and 20% on social media popularity.

 

Video Submission

Competitions should upload their short video to YouTube with the following title format: CPR_TYL- full name (as in NRIC)

Registration

Registration form should be submitted and completed before 21 April 2019, 2359 hour. Registrants who are of 18 years and below, would require the consent of their parents. The indemnity form should be submitted together with the registration form.

Upon submission, competitors are deemed to be agreeable and aware of the competition agreement. Failure to abide by the agreement, will be penalized.

With regards to the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA), videographers should be aware to get the consent of individuals who appear in the video that would disclose their identity. A consent form should be signed between the videographer and filmed individual(s).