WHO Health for All Film Festival
Aim of WHO Health for All Film Festival is promote global
New Delhi. 16th November 2019. The World Health
Organisation (WHO) is launching its first ever film festival on 16, 21 and 22
May 2020. The WHO Health for All Film Festival invites independent
film-makers, production companies, NGOs, communities, students, and film
schools from around the world to submit their original short films on health.
The Film Festival aims to recruit a new generation of film and video innovators
to champion and promote global health issues.
Films are a powerful way to raise awareness, improve
understanding and encourage action.
The submissions can be on any health issue and/or social and
environmental determinants of health for the first two categories (non-fiction
The third category focuses on nurses or midwives to pay tribute to the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife in 2020. Only films completed between 1 January 2017 and 30 January 2020 are eligible for the festival. Closing date for entries is 30 January 2020.
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