Residents of Georgia over the age of 18 can participate in this contest.
The Georgian National Centre for Disease Control and Public Health, as part of an EU-supported project, organizes a short film contest to raise public awareness about the health, climate, and environmental impacts of air pollution and how to prevent, prepare for, and address problems resulting from air pollution.
Contestants should submit one-minute documentary, fictional, or hybrid films not released elsewhere. The films must be in Georgian with English subtitles.
The competition offers two prizes: EUR2,000 for first place and EUR1,000 for second place. The winning films will also be used by the National Centre for Disease Control and Public Health to raise awareness.
The deadline is Jan. 31.