A free streaming video platform, Videocamp, has started working with UNICEF to launch a new film fund that offers $400,000 to filmmakers who can create a movie with the theme of “inclusive education”
The mission of the film fund is to spark conversation about education services for children with disabilities.
“Film is one of the most powerful mediums we can use to inspire and provoke change in our societies,” says Carolina Pasquali, director of Videocamp. On top of receiving $400,000, the selected project will be made available in Videocamp’ streaming platform.
“We know that while a movie may not change the world….It changes people. And people change the world,” the Videocamp Film Fund call for entries video (below) states.
“We’re not looking for movies that trace the history of inclusive education, or analyze what makes an inclusive classroom,” said Pasquali. “We’re looking for a creative vision that will broaden perceptions about how all people, with and without disabilities, benefit from an inclusive education.”
For more information and to apply click here.
Update: Wednesday, April 11, 2018 – Article to reflect this is a VideoCamp film fund project.
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