$1,500.00 Scholarship Awarded to the Winner
Contact: Culture of Life Foundation, 202-270-2772
WASHINGTON, May 27, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Culture of Life Foundation announced their 2014 Campus Media scholarship contest. The scholarship will be awarded for the best on-campus video interview that poses the question, "Why is Human Life a Fundamental Value?" and a $1,500 scholarship awarded to the winner. The best video will be used in the upcoming CLF series on Fundamental Principals of Bioethics.
The Culture of Life Foundation is looking for the best film presentation as defined by an engaging interview style, random interviewee selection, generation of interest in the subject matter, and viewer enjoyment. The aim of the interview is not to obtain the answer among interviewees, but to lead viewers to seek it. Our panel of judges will be announced soon.
- Format: Digital HD 1080 shot 24p
- Submission Form: Vimeo (vimeo.com) protected, non-public link. Membership is free for 26GB or less of HD video.
- Interviewee(s) Consent Form; Campus Film Consent Form; Copyright Forms
- Maximum film footage for submittal is 5 minutes - Limit 5 interviews
- A high ethical standard is expected of the productions for both visual and auditory work
To receive updates on the scholarship and to learn more about our work and mission subscribe to CLF @ www.cultureoflife.org/subscribe For an application and to obtain consent and copyright terms and conditions please send an e-mail to email@example.com with the title: Scholarship Contest. The deadline for submissions is Friday, June 13, 2014.
The Culture of Life Foundation is a research and educational institute that exists to engage and strengthen public reason, form the moral conscience, and reveal and present the truths about the human person at all stages of life and in all conditions. To schedule an interview with Jennifer Kimball Watson, Executive Director of the Culture of Life Foundation, please call 202-270-2772.