All students, faculty and staff in Kansas universities and colleges can enter the Tobacco Free Kansas Coalition TFKC), Unfiltered-Take Tobacco Off Campus short-length film contest.
Students, professionals and amateurs can submit films in the category of tobacco prevention and/or films that pertain to a tobacco-free college or university campus. Genres can include narrative, documentary, animation and experimental.
The submission period began Jan. 30 and will run until 5 p.m. Friday, March 22.
All films must be complete at the time of submission. Only films that are 30 minutes or shorter will be considered.
Final film determinations will be made on Thursday, April 4, at the screening in the Murdock Theatre in Wichita. The winner of the showcase will be awarded a check for $1,000.
TFKC is a statewide alliance of health, education, parent, youth, law enforcement and other civic organizations and individuals concerned about tobacco.
For more information, contact Erica Anderson, coordinator for Tobacco Free Kansas, at 785-272-8396 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To get the Unfiltered Film Showcase 2013 Film entry form, visit www.tobaccofreekansas.org.