Filmmakers, get ready to put your skills into good use since NASA is hosting once again a fabulous program called “CineSpace Short Film Competition” for 2021. Filmmakers with any level of experience from across the globe are invited to send their application for this program. This program is like no other and a wonderful chance to share your firms that must be inspired by 60 years of work and experience with NASA. This competition is available for all genre, including narrative, documentary, comedy, drama, animation, experimental and others. So whether you are a professional filmmaker or just a novice who is learning making films by passionately following your passion, you can save your spot in this program and win an amazing prize and recognization as well.
To enter this competition, you have to create an interesting short film using NASA imagery, enabling curiosity and fostering creative relationships at the intersection of art and science. Your work must include NASA footage from 60 years of space exploration and will be judged on the term of creativity, innovation and attention to detail. The award will be granted to the top three overall winners and winners of two special categories: Best Educational Film on Space and Science and Film That Best Depicts Unity and Inclusion in Science. Your film should not be more than 10 minutes and features at least 10 percent of publicly available NASA imagery. Candidates will be selected for the first, second and third prize. The award will be varied depending on the place you secure.
NASA is also known as the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, is an American organization and is considered the global leader in space exploration. It is famous for the space missions that it leads in support of international partner and government. It also makes available support for educational efforts in STEM with an emphasis on increasing diversity in our future workforce.
Get quick information through this table:
|Organization||National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)|
|Number of Awards||N/A|
|Application Deadline||July 14, 2021|
Who May Be Eligible
Filmmakers, editors and animators of all experience levels from around the world are encouraged to submit their films for consideration.
How to Apply
All candidates will need to create a short firm no more than 10 minutes and contain at least 10 percent of publicly available NASA imagery. They can send their entry to the content creation platform Tongal.
Finalists will be selected for first, second and third prize. The prize will be distributed as fellow:
- Grand Prize: USD $10,000
- Second Prize: USD $5,000
- Third Prize: USD 3,000
- Special Categories
- Educational Film That Best Highlights Impacts of Space and Science: USD 4,000
- Film That Best Depicts Unity and Inclusion in Science: USD 4,000
The application deadline is July 14, 2021. To book your seat in this program, please send your application soon.