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Video Award

ISWA VIDEO AWARD

The ISWA Video Award is an online short video competition. Whether documentary, fiction, animation or a combination thereof - the decision about the film genre as well as the technical realisation is left up to the contestant. Only the length of the film is specified. The video must be minimum 30 seconds and should not exceed a total duration of 80 seconds.

Eligibility

 

The contest is open to individual entrants over aged eighteen (18), with a registered YouTube or Vimeo account. The competition is open to individual entrants only, not to, or in association with, any business or organisations.

Prize

 

The Prize for the Winner is 1,500 Euros, for the second place 750 Euros, plus the following:

  • Free entry to the ISWA World Congress and social events 
  • A one-year free ISWA individual membership
  • Your videos screened at the ISWA World Congress

 

Please note that ISWA publishes the name and surname of the author(s), as well as as the details of the winning entry and photos from the official Award Gala on this page. If you do not want to have your details included on this website, please email ISWA General Secretariat at iswa[at]iswa.org.

 

 


ISWA VIDEO AWARD 2018

 

The theme of the 2018's ISWA Video Award was "What Happens to my Waste?" - #whathappenstomywaste 

 

The ISWA Video Award is an online short video competition. Whether documentary, fiction, animation or a combination thereof - the decision about the film genre as well as the technical realisation is left up to the contestant. Only the length of the film is specified. The video must be minimum 30 seconds and should not exceed a total duration of 80 seconds.

 

ISWA received 32 video nominations from around the world, all competing for the 2018 ISWA Video Award. The judges had a difficult choice to make, but ultimately, decided on the following winners.


FIRST PLACE AND WINNER OF THE ISWA VIDEO AWARD 2018:


“Where does your waste go?”, by Christian Abaygar, Philippines


Single use plastics are causing serious damage to the environment. In his video, Christian tries to explain where the common types of wastes end up and their effect in the environment.




SECOND PLACE:


“Your action runs through the world”, by Jessica Moreira, Portugal


THIRD PLACE


“Wake Up to Continue”, by Nick Rigas, Greece



The Prize for the Winner is 1,500 Euros, for the second place 750 Euros.


Congratulatons to the winners, who's videos will be screened at www.iswa2018.org

ISWA Video Award 2017 Winners

First place: “The Bigger Picture”, by Isabelle Sundiang, Philippines

Second Place: “Thinking About Waste”, by Nathan Guymon, USA

The Prize for the Winner is 1,500 Euros, for the second place 750 Euros1

 

Click the videos above and watch the award winning submissions! We hope that you like them. To view more, please visit our video page here.