The Area of Culture of the Dpt. of Culture and Social Affairs of Universidad de Zaragoza, with the collaboration of Cinemaremagnum Servicios Audiovisuales, wants to announce the regulations for the XXII Videominute International Contest with the purpose of stimulating creation in the domain of video-creation and animation, according to the following regulations:
All those people who wish to do so, either individually or in groups, may submit to the contest, provided they submit works whose maximum duration is 1 minute (60 seconds), including credit titles.
Works that exceed that time will not be accepted.
Works presented in other editions of the contest will not be accepted.
A maximum of 3 videominutos may be submitted per participant.
The subject of videominuto will be of free choice and works of both fiction / documentary and animation may be presented.
Trailers, teasers and advertising spots won’t be admitted in any case, just as excerpts from works whose primary lenght is more than 60 seconds. Every work not specifically created to last 60 seconds maximum won’t be accepted.
IMPORTANT: All those works presented in a language different from Spanish, must be subtitled in Spanish or in English.
The participant will be responsible in any case for any claim related to the violation of the rights of image, data protection, honor and privacy of third parties
The organization reserves the right to exclude those proposals that may be considered offensive, insulting, or that violate the law.
2.- SUBMISSION OF VIDEOMINUTES
Through internet only: Press here to fill in the application form and to upload your video
The registration period begins November 4 th, 2022 at 15:00 hours and ends on March 31, 2023 at 18:00 hours in Spain.
4.- DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONTEST
The members of the jury will be selected by the Dpt. of Culture and Social Affairs of Universidad de Zaragoza amongst videocreators and experts of national and international prestige. This jury will complete with its experience and opinion the possible omissions or doubts that could arise in the selection process.
The jury reserves the right not to award the prizes if no work is deemed to be worthy. The decisions taken by the jury shall be final.
The best 25 works, as a maximum, will be selected to pass to the final and this condition of finalist will be communicated to the respective authors.
Prize-giving and projection of winners will be reported to all those interested and it will be made public through general means of communication.
• The best INTERNATIONAL Videominute: €700
• The best SPANISH Videominute: €700
• The best ARAGONES Videominute: €700