Deadline: May 11, 2016
The competition is open to all Nepali videographers and photographers, living in Nepal or abroad, who are 14 years old or more. Professional videographers and photojournalists are not eligible. Videos can be submitted in Bhojpuri, English, Maithili, Nepali, or Tamang.
The first prize for video is Rs 25,000. The award cash prizes will be given to 6 applicants
Instructions on how to prepare your application:
For video submissions:
Think about what it means to be a Nepali? Discuss with your friends and family. Write one or two paragraphs on what do you think it means to be a Nepali!
Find a quiet and bright place. Give your smartphone/video camera to a relative/friend. Ask her/him to record your thoughts while you speak.
You could also create a documentary/film that is 3 min or less that shows what it means to be a Nepali.
Upload it on YouTube. Complete and submit the form below.
For photo submissions:
Use your camera/smartphone to take a photo of people that you think shows cultural and ethnic diversity of Nepal.
Upload it on Google Drive or Dropbox. Complete and submit the form below.
There is no charge or fee to participate in this competition.
The video or photo should respond to the question: Who is a Nepali?
Videos should be no longer than 3 minutes (180 seconds). Videos can be in Bhojpuri, English, Maithili, Nepali, or Tamang.
Stealing or copying others’ work is plagiarism, and those submissions will automatically disqualify participants from the competition.
Participants can submit up to 1 photo or 1 video for consideration, not both.
Code for Nepal staff, interns, advisors, and their immediate relatives are not eligible to apply.
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