Are you a filmmaker who’s concerned about water conservation and could use an extra few thousand bucks? (Yeah, yeah–I know what you’re thinking: “Aren’t we all?”). Well, dehydrated directors take note: The Intelligent Use of Water film competition is accepting shorts that inspire action and awareness around water conservation.
The Intelligent Use of Water Film Competition seeks short films (1-20 minutes in actual or excerpted run time) that focus on the topic of water conservation. Narrative, documentary, animated, experimental and/or student-made productions should explore approaches and ideas to intelligently manage and efficiently utilize the Earth’s most precious resource.
Perhaps we should assemble a Blogging.la production company and blow the competition out of the water. All entries must be submitted on DVD or VHS in NTSC format or as a .mov, .wmv or .mpg file and received by Aug. 15, 2007 for consideration. Finalists will be selected and invited to a screening event on Sept. 30, 2007, in Los Angeles at the L.A. Arboretum, where the winners will be announced and awarded cash prizes of $6,000 for judges’ selection and $3,000 for audience’s pick.