College and high school students can submit their short films and win a US$5,000 cash prize.
The festival accepts short films that either raise awareness or propose solutions to a variety of global women's issues, including maternal health, microfinance initiatives, child marriage, sex-trafficking and poverty alleviation.
Films must be 3 to 6 minutes long and can be narrative, documentary, investigative reporting, music video, animation or curated film (film collage).
The festival will award over US$25,000 in prizes.
Applicants must be 25 or under and currently enrolled undergraduates or full-time high school students.
The deadline is Jan. 20, 2020.