Youth Film for Change Award: Deadline Extended to January 30
The San Francisco Film Society is pleased to announce the inauguration of an additional Golden Gate Award for Youth Works -- the Youth Film for Change Award. This new award which carries a cash prize of $1,500 was created in partnership with Adobe Youth Voices, Adobe Foundation's global youth media initiative.
Films selected for the Youth Film for Change Award will be screened at the 52nd San Francisco International Film Festival (April 23 - May 7, 2009) in the Youth Works program and listed in the Festival Program Guide, which is circulated worldwide to distributors, film commissions, educators and the media.
The Youth Film for Change Award will be presented to the best youth produced film addressing issues of social change.
The deadline to submit your film has been extended to January 30, 2009.
For more information (including submission requirements) and to submit your film, please visit http://www.sffs.org/sfiff/enter.html
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