“One-Minute Films: Resiliency,” challenges filmmakers to tap into their creative resiliency to create inspired 60-second films using iStock footage exclusively
New York — April 5, 2021: iStock, a leader in affordable visual communications for the creative, entrepreneurial, student and SMB communities, today announces the launch of its latest Creative Bursary, “One-Minute Films: Resiliency.” Designed to support emerging filmmakers and videographers worldwide, the Creative Bursary will award 10 grants totalling US$20,000 to provide encouragement and much-needed financial support during a time of when it is greatly needed.
“Resources — financial and otherwise — are at a premium, and creatives worldwide have been challenged to create while faced with unprecedented challenges, not to mention constraints related to COVID-19, quarantine realities and social distancing requirements,” said Guy Merrill, Global Head of Art at Getty Images. “And yet, the challenge to create content which is all at once moving, ground-breaking and inspired, remains — the challenge to tap into one’s power of creative resiliency and create for the benefit of others everywhere.”
With this in mind, iStock challenges emerging and aspiring filmmakers and videographers — including students and those who are honing their practice independently around the globe — to use their creative talents to create a one-minute piece emphasizing the concept of Creative Resiliency, as they choose to interpret it, entirely from the iStock film library for a chance to win a grant. Semi-finalists will receive a one-year iStock Premium subscription, as well as cash prizes in the following amounts: first place will receive $7,000; second place will receive $5,000; and eight runners up will receive $1,000 each.
Applicants are required to submit a storyboard sketch of their proposed one-minute film along with a short essay describing their intent and inspiration. Open now, this iteration of the Creative Bursary closes on May 3, just before midnight EST. Ten semi-finalists will then be chosen to move forward and must complete their one-minute film for judging by May 21. Awards will be announced on June 1, 2021. More details can be found here: https://gettyimages.submittable.com/submit/aaacb4b1-1ebd-4e83-8470-6adfed259d78/istock-one-minute-film-grant-resiliency
Note that this iStock Creative Bursary is part of Getty Images’ wider grants program which, since its inception, has awarded US$1.7 million to photographers and filmmakers worldwide. Please visit Getty Images Grants to learn more.
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