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Student film festival focuses on women’s issues [Worldwide]
College and high school students can submit their short films and win cash prizes from the Harvard College Social Innovation Collaborative and Connecther.
Uranium Film Festival open [Brazil]
Independent documentarians are invited to submit their films on issues surrounding the exploration and uses of nuclear material to this event in Rio de Janeiro.
Documentary film festival accepting entries [Worldwide]
The international film festival CinéDOC will take place May 11 to 16, 2017 in Tbilisi, Georgia.
CatchLight launches fellowship [Worldwide]
Media professionals who have demonstrated excellence in working with visual storytelling and a commitment to effecting social change can apply for a US$30,000 fellowship.
Short film festival seeks entries [Worldwide]
Filmmakers and film students can participate in this festival in Kiev, Ukraine.
Film residency open [MENA, Germany]
Goethe-Institute Lebanon, Beirut Art Residency (BAR) and Metropolis Art Cinema Association are inviting submissions for an all-expenses-paid film residency in Beirut.
Contest on economic reporting open [Russia]
Print, online and broadcast journalists can compete in a contest highlighting Russia's economic recovery.
Documentary film festival seeks entries [Worldwide]
Filmmakers can participate in the International Documentary Film Festival CRONOGRAF in Moldova.
Society of Professional Journalists hosts contest [US]
Works published or broadcast in 2016 are eligible for the Sigma Delta Chi Awards.
Nominations open for Knight International Journalism Awards [Worldwide]
The International Center for Journalists seeks pioneering journalists whose work has made an impact on the lives of people in the developing world.
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CPJ issues media safety advisory for covering US presidential inauguration
Ahead of the 2017 U.S. presidential inauguration, the Committee to Protect Journalists has released a set of safety guidelines for journalists planning to cover the event — an unprecedented move.
| January 19, 2017