The Institute “invites architects, filmmakers, and storytellers to submit a 60- to 90-second mini documentary film produced using a personal device, such as a smartphone or laptop.”
The following is a press release from AIA announcing its sixth annual AIA Film Challenge 2020.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is launching the sixth annual AIA Film Challenge 2020.
The AIA Film Challenge invites architects, filmmakers, and storytellers to submit a 60- to 90-second mini documentary film produced using a personal device, such as a smartphone or laptop. The mini documentary format is intended to help participants stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic and comply with various stay-at-home orders.
Films should tell the story of architects partnering with communities and civic leaders to design a healthy, sustainable, just world that improves peoples’ lives.
Approximately 10 to 15 submissions will advance as finalists for review by a four-person jury that selects the top awards. The top-rated film will receive a $5,000 grand prize. The jury will also select a runner up and third place winner based on how well films adhere to the prompt, the storytelling arc, architectural placement, and technical merit. The deadline for submissions is August 24.
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