SCIENCE IN SIXTY SECONDS: ONLINE APPLICATION FORM
The World Congress of Science and Factual Producers (WCSFP) is launching a short science video contest “Science in 60 Seconds” with finalists and the grand prize winner being announced at its annual conference to be held this year in Tokyo from December 2-5, 2019. www.wcsfp.com

The WCSFP is a collection of the world’s top media companies, producers, digital content makers and distributors involved in the creation of science programming. Each year, Congress meets in a different city.

A selection of videos will be screened at the conference and across WCSFP’s online and social media with the top 3 finalists receiving free accreditation to next year’s event in Europe and the grand prize winner receiving economy airfare, hotel and accreditation.

Applications are now open and videos will be accepted until 12:00 GMT on Monday, November 11, 2019.
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Last Name *
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Age *
Please note all producers must be under the age of 35.
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Main Contact: Email *
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Main Contact: Phone *
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Street Address *
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City *
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Zip/Postal Code *
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Country *
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Name of Video *
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Running Time *
Please note all videos cannot be longer than one minute in length.
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Language of Video *
If your film is in another language, please list it below. Please note all submitted films must have English subtitles or captions.
Starting Date of Production *
Please note all creative work must take place during the official competition period. Any creative work started or completed in advance of the Competition is prohibited.
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Why did you choose this topic? *
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Please provide a viewing link for your video. *
Please note that we are accepting either a 1:1 OR 5:6 (vertical) aspect ratio video for Instagram Feed - max length 60 seconds, or a 9:16 (vertical) aspect ratio video for Instagram Stories / TikTok - max length of 60 seconds (4 x 15 seconds). All content must be provided as an unlisted YouTube video, because it's easier to look through them privately on this platform.
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