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NeuroVision Film Contest - Conditions

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On the surface, the brain seems to be nothing but a mass of grey matter, and groundbreaking revelations about it often just take the form of black ink on white paper.
 

Do you have the imagination and vision to bring neuroscience to life in a film?

If your answer is “yes”, then enter the

NeuroVision Film Contest

and win an award for the best visualisation of neuroscience!


Conditions:

  • Anyone who is not a media professional can submit a film. We especially invite students, researchers, and communicators from the field of neuroscience as well as film school students to participate.
  • All submissions must deal with a topic of neuroscience and may not exceed 5 minutes in length.
  • The spoken language must be English, or English subtitles must be provided.
  • You must own the rights to all parts of the film, or they must be licensed under a Creative Commons agreement that allows derivative works.
    This includes the film's music soundtrack!

  • Submissions must reach us before September 2, 2011, and must include the film on video DVD and a short CV of the film’s creators.
  • Both a jury and the audience will award a prize. The creators of the winning films will receive 500 €.
     

 

Please send your film to:

Gunnar Grah, Bernstein Center Freiburg
Hansastr. 9A, 79104 Freiburg, Germany

 

The NeuroVision Film Contest will take place during the Bernstein Conference 2011, October 4-6, in Freiburg.

 

Notice to interested students from the University of Freiburg

Frequently Asked Questions


In the meantime, if you have any questions, please send a mail to grah@bcf.uni-freiburg.de.

 

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