Water Conservation Film Contest
2013 Water Conservation Film Contest
WHO: The contest is open to all high school students and all college students in the cities of San Diego, Coronado and Imperial Beach.
WHAT: Create a 30-second Public Service Announcement
WHEN: Entries due April 10, 2013
WHERE: All contest entrants will be recognized, and the finalists' films will be shown at a special “Red Carpet Premiere” at the IMAX Theater at the Rueben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park
WHY: The film contest creates an opportunity to engage students directly about the importance of using water wisely, allowing the creativity of the students to inspire the rest of our community to use water more efficiently.
THEME: Storylines must use one of the following “how-to” messages:
How to “waste no water” by planting native or California-Friendly® plants.
How to “waste no water” by using a rain barrel.
How to show that “wasting no water” is important to San Diego’s economy.
How to create a sustainable world by “wasting no water.”
How to recycle water.
Entries Due: April 10, 2013
Voting: End of April
Winners Announced: May
Red Carpet Premiere: May
SCREEN YOUR FILM AT THE IMAX
The finalists’ films will be shown at the IMAX Theater in Balboa Park at a “Red Carpet Premiere” and will also be featured on the City of San Diego‘s website.
WIN THE GRAND PRIZE
The winning film will be announced at the “Red Carpet Premiere” and shown in select movie theaters this summer.
WIN THE SAN DIEGO VIEWERS’ CHOICE AWARD
New this year, finalists’ films will get a second chance to win big. We will leave it up to your peers to vote for their favorite PSA through our Facebook page and Twitter feed. The winner will win a prize package. Check back on the contest webpage for updates on when voting opens and how to vote.
For more information about the Annual Water Conservation Film Contest, contact the City of San Diego Public Utilities Department at (619) 533-4203 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.