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Youth video competition seeks entries [Worldwide]
Aspiring videomakers ages 18 to 30 can enter the Global Youth Video Competition on Climate Change for a chance to work as youth reporters at the UN Climate Change Conference December in Poland.
Funding initative seeks storytelling projects [US]
The Independent Filmmaker Project and HBO are launching the New True Stories Funding Initiative to support multiformat nonfiction storytellers in the early stages of development.
Media contest on cultural diversity open [Eastern Europe]
Media professionals from Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine can compete for a cash prize and an ADAMI fellowship in Germany or France.
World Nomads offers scholarship to film in Tanzania [Worldwide]
The winner will fly to Kerala to capture the culture and communities in the shadows of Mount Kilimanjaro with professional travel filmmaker Brian Rapsey.
Journalism 360° Challenge open [Worldwide]
This joint initiative of the Knight Foundation, Google News Lab and the Online News Association (ONA) seeks immersive journalism ideas for a chance to win a share of US$200,000.
Documentary contest accepting entries [Russia]
Documentarians can submit films to this competition organized by Russia's Documentary Film and Television Industry Guild.
Megacities Shortdocs accepting entries [Worldwide]
Professional and amateur documentarians who live in one of 38 megacities around the world are invited to submit a 4-minute video on urban challenges and solutions.
Grist Fellowship Program open [US]
Budding journalists interested in environmental issues can apply for news, justice and video fellowships in Seattle.
Documentary festival accepting entries [Russia, CIS, Baltic]
Filmmakers can submit their work to a film festival in Yekaterinburg, Russia.
Video blogging contest highlights climate change [Africa]
Media charity organization tve has launched the African Tech for Good video blog competition.
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Ahead of Colombia’s elections, this women-driven initiative fact-checks information on WhatsApp
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