DEADLINE EXTENDED // 3rd International Environmental Film Festival (FINCA)
01 de DECEMBER, 2015
We are pleased to announce that submissions for the 3rd International Environmental Film Festival (FINCA) was extended until December 15, 2015. We welcome the work of directors, producers and national and international film distributors.
The objective of the FINCA is to present the best films addressing the social issues related to the defense of the environment. We will ensure to select films which approach these topics from original and multiple perspectives, thus promoting a critical form of cinema which will contribute to social transformation. The special social and transformative focus of FINCA, is postulated from then as a democratization tool in the environmental debate to other spaces.
Our inclusion of a variety of formats and genres, from short films to feature-length, documentaries to fiction, animations to reports, works from Argentina and from other countries, reflects the intention of the FINCA to overcome the prejudice currently evident in the environmental debate, which seems to be open only to industry professionals.
From this point of view, we firmly believe that the FINCA will be a proactive space for discussion on environmental issues, placing this as a central issue in political agendas as well as within people´s homes and educational establishments. We understand that it is our responsibility as citizens living of this earth to adopt sustainable practices and to recognize of the importance of preserving biodiversity.Terms and conditions: http://www.imd.org.ar/finca/index_ing.htmlWhat are the sections and themes of the festival for this year?
The central themes will be:
• Food Sovereignty
• Waste and Pollution
• Mining and Oil
• Climate Change
• Renewable Energies.
• Human Rights
The official competition will be divided into:
• Feature-length films
• Short and medium-length filmsWho is organizing FINCA?
The FINCA is an initiative of the Instituto Multimedia DerHumALC - IMD (Human Rights of Latin America and the Caribbean), a non-profit organization based in Buenos Aires. It is known for carrying out 16 editions of the International Human Rights Film Festival and was created in the interests of strengthening the research, study, teaching and diffusion of Human Rights, through the use of audiovisual resources and new technologies.For more information:http://www.imd.org.ar/index_ing.phphttp://www.facebook.com/festivalFINCAhttp://twitter.com/FestivalFINCA
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