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Documentary festival accepting entries [Russia, CIS, Baltic]
Filmmakers can submit their work to a film festival in Yekaterinburg, Russia.
Film festival on sustainable progress calls for entries [Worldwide]
The Another Way Film Festival in Spain seeks films that address sustainable solutions and environmental commitment.
Arab Film Festival accepting submissions [MENA]
Documentarians from the Arab world can submit their work to this festival in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Environmental journalism contest open [Kyrgyzstan]
Freelance and staff journalists working for print, broadcast and online media can compete for cash prizes.
Future of Storytelling summit hosts contest [Worldwide]
Interactive stories, including web-based work, data-driven art, mobile apps, games, multimedia installations, virtual reality and other multi-platform projects are eligible for a US$5,000 prize.
Broadcast journalism scholarship available [US]
Sophomore, junior and senior undergraduate students intending to pursue a career in broadcast journalism can apply for a US$10,000 scholarship.
TRT World seeks fellows [Worldwide]
Young journalists who are native English speakers can apply for a broadcast journalism fellowship in Istanbul, Turkey.
Baalbeck's International Film Festival accepting submissions [Lebanon]
Filmmakers and students are invited to submit short films produced in 2016.
NewsU hosts webinar on writing with music [Worldwide]
Journalists interested in finding their distinctive voice can attend the webinar at 2 p.m. EDT on April 20.
New Dimensions Workshop focuses on virtual reality [Africa]
Electric South will host the all-expenses-paid New Dimensions Workshop July 24 to 28 in Cape Town, South Africa.
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