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UP launches online festival of short videos, themed ‘Pag-aalay sa Panahon ng Pandemya’

Entries to the “Pag-aalay: Webxhibition and Festival” are eligible for P15,000, P10,000, and P7,000 prizes. There will also be a special Chooks-To-Go People’s Choice Award. All winners get trophies, to be awarded in a virtual awards night in February 2021.

The University of the Philippines has announced the launch of an online festival of short videos. Themed “Pag-aalay sa Panahon ng Pandemya” (or everyday heroism and hope in a time of COVID-19), filmmakers may submit entries before January 30.

Entries to the “Pag-aalay: Webxhibition and Festival” are eligible for P15,000, P10,000, and P7,000 prizes. There will also be a special Chooks-To-Go People’s Choice Award. All winners get trophies, to be awarded in a virtual awards night in February 2021.

The videos must run from 30 to 90 seconds; they may fall under narrative, documentary, animation, experimental, virtual/augmented reality, or music video categories.

The submissions must be upload-able to different social media platforms. Shortlisted videos will be featured on TVUP, the Internet television network of UP, and streamed via TVUP’s Facebook page.

The entries must be emailed to television@up.edu.ph, together with an accomplished festival entry form, which can be downloaded here: 2021 Video Festival Entry Form

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