Short Film Competition and Ted Talks
This year's National CLCs Conference will have two new exciting sessions: A competition of short films made using mobile phones, and a plenary inspired by the “TED” phenomenon on innovative CLC projects.
Short Film Competition
Some of the world's best short films are made by amateurs using mobile phones and CLCs are full of creative people who can make amateur films. CLCs are invited to make and submit a short film (2-10 minutes) using mobile devices (such as, iPhones, tablets, digital cameras) to promote their CLC's valuable contribution to the community. Shortlisted films will be screened at the Conference and winners will be given two tickets to the conference dinner (or reimbursement of conference dinner tickets). For more information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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CLCs are innovative, and they find creative ways to meet the needs of often hard-to-reach communities, despite having limited resources. CLCs are invited to give brief and powerful talks (3-5 minutes) about an innovative way they have reached out and met the needs of their community, undertaken law or policy reform, worked collaboratively, supported good governance or used technology for helping clients. The 12 chosen talks will go in a draw and the winner, as voted by the audience at the plenary, will have their Conference registration reimbursed. For more information, please email: email@example.com
To view a PDF of the full details open the link: Ted Talks