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Faith Shorts, a global short film competition launched

Written By David D'Angelo on Tuesday, May 15, 2012 | 5/15/2012



The Tony Blair Foundation launches a way to promote better understanding between different faith's through their Global Short Film Competition dubbed as "FAITH SHORTS."  The foundation aims to promote respect and understanding about the world’s major religions and show how faith is a powerful force for good in the modern world.

Faith Shorts is open to any person under the age of 17 on 9th July 2012 in any country. The purpose of the competition is to give those entrants the opportunity to produce a 3 minute film about how their faith inspires them..

There is also a separate category for those who are under the age of 27.  The Tony Blair Faith Foundation is a response to these opportunities and challenges. They educate, inform and develop understanding among the world’s major religious traditions. The Foundation’s multi-faith social action programme, Faiths Act, mobilises people of faith to work together on issues of health and global poverty, in order to help achieve the UN’s Millennium Development Goals. Our initial focus is the eliminating of deaths from malaria.




Additional eligibility to join includes:  

  • Submitted entries can be no longer than 3 minutes including titles and credits.
  • Entries can come from individuals or groups but must have a lead filmmaker.
  • Entries (both pitches, and film entries) can be submitted in any language but films need English subtitles.
For more information on Faith Shorts, global short film festival competition CLICK HERE.



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