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Discover young ASEAN and Korean perspectives on the future of ASEAN through short films
- The ‘2018 ASEAN-Korea Youth Short Film Competition,’ hosted by the ASEAN-Korea Centre, calls for entries until 6 October -
- The Competition to offer benefits including KRW 6.4 million worth of cash prizes and ASEAN-Korea roundtrip flight tickets -
Seoul, Korea – The ASEAN-Korea Centre (Secretary General Lee Hyuk) and the ASEAN Youth Network in Korea are jointly organizing the ‘2018 ASEAN-Korea Youth Short Film Competition’ from 6 August to 6 October.
The Competition encourages young ASEAN and Korean people under the age of 35 to enter either individually or as a team in which at least one member needs to be from ASEAN or Korea. Film entries must be between five and eight minutes long on the theme of ‘ASEAN: The Future We Foresee.’ They can be of any genre, but it is not allowed to submit the films which have already been shown publicly. Entrants should fill out the application and consent forms, which can be downloaded from the ASEAN-Korea Centre website (http://www.aseankorea.org/eng), and submit their film entry in MP4 file format, together with the film poster via e-mail (email@example.com) until 6 October. Film resolution must be 1280x720 (720p, 16:9 aspect ratio) or 1920x1080 (1080p, 16:9 aspect ratio), and sound must be greater than 128 bits. Finalists will be contacted individually by e-mail on 22 October upon evaluation by a panel of judges.
The Grand Prix winner will receive either a cash prize of US$2,000 or a trip to ASEAN or Korea and accommodation. Winners of the Gold and Silver Awards will win US$1,500 and US$1,000, respectively, while the two entries that will win the Bronze Film Award will each be given US$700. Additionally, the winner of the People’s Choice Award, which will be selected through voting on social media, will be awarded US$500. All prize-winning short films will be screened during the ‘2018 ASEAN-Korea Youth Short Film Festival’ on 1 December in Seoul.
Lee Hyuk, Secretary General of the ASEAN-Korea Centre, said, “Films are not only the most popular form of entertainment, but also the means which enables us to better understand and adopt different cultures. The ASEAN-Korea Centre has been annually hosting the Short Film Competition and Festival since 2015 to provide a platform for ASEAN and Korean youth to visualize their creative ideas about the relations between ASEAN and Korea by using innovative imaging modalities. In addition, the Centre has been effectively promoting the ASEAN culture and the importance of ASEAN-Korea relations by screening the prize-winning short films during the event. As we plan to offer more benefits than ever this year, I look forward to seeing many excellent films being done by ASEAN and Korean youth.”
- Press Release file