There’s £1,000 up for grabs for filmmakers who can find an innovative way to showing climate change.
The money will go towards the making of the film, which will be shown at next year’s Animated Exeter.
The Environment Agency, and the snappily titled South West Climate Change Impacts Partnership (that’s SWCCIP for short) joined forces with the festival for the filmmaking competition, for a film between two to three minutes.
Alex Webb, of SWCCIP, told the Express and Echo: “We’re looking for a storyboard to show how people, places or wildlife in the region can adapt to climate change in a positive way.
“Climate change will also bring new opportunities for the region but we need to act now. We’re looking forward to seeing what people come up with.”
The deadline is April 30, and looks to be an extension of the competition If You Can’t Change The Climate, Then Change…?
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