WHO Health for All Film Festival 2022

The WHO Health for All Film Festival 2022 is now accepting applications.

WHO Health for All Film Festival 2022

Independent filmmakers, production companies, public health institutions, NGOs, communities, students, and film schools from across the globe are invited to submit their original short films to the World Health Organization’s 2nd Health for All Film Festival.

The festival, which will debut in 2019/2020, intends to attract a new generation of film and video creators to highlight global health challenges.

Films are an effective approach to create awareness, enhance comprehension, and motivate people to take action.

Categories

Health-care coverage for everyone (UHC)

Films addressing mental health, non-communicable diseases (NCDs), and other non-emergency UHC tales regarding communicable illnesses;

Emergencies in health

COVID-19, Ebola, disaster relief, and health in conflict contexts are examples of films addressing health crises.

Better health and happiness

In addition to films on health promotion and education, there are also films on environmental and social determinants of health such as nutrition and sanitation, pollution, and gender.

Candidates may submit three to eight-minute short documentaries, fiction films, or animation films for each of these three GRAND PRIX categories.

Benefits

Each prize will include a trophy and a grant as follows:

  • There will be three grand prizes, one for each category, with each grand prize receiving a $10,000 prize.
  • Juries may also award extra awards to short-listed films that do not get a grand Prix. The Director-General may pick up to three unique awards from this pool, each getting a $5,000 grant.

The following are the special prizes:

  • Special Prize for Innovation in Healthcare
  • Special Recognition for Rehabilitation
  • Prize for student films

WHO Health for All Film Festival Requirements

  • The Film Festival’s 3rd edition is open to short films created between January 1, 2019, and January 30, 2022.
  • Any work created by United Nations employees or done solely using UN funds is ineligible.
  • Subtitling must be provided in English if the film is not in English, however contributions may be in any language.

Application for WHO Health for All Film Festival

If you want to learn more about the terms and conditions, read the whole application guidelines.

These requirements must be signed and sent to WHO in order for a film to be supported.

This will be a requirement for verifying their film’s selection.

WHO Health for All Film Festival Deadline

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Deadline: January 30, 2022

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