BNT’s 2015 Earth Day Student Video Competition

December 29, 2014

The Bermuda National Trust [BNT] is inviting students to participate in the 2015 Earth Day Student Video Competition to raise awareness of the connection between our fragile environment and the choices we make.

The BNT said, “Showcase your creativity and commitment to the healthy future of our island and planet by creating a 2 to 4 minute video featuring one or all of the following themes: “Earth Day”, “Alternative Energy”, “Endangered Species“, “Pollution” or “Can we live without Plastic?”.

“Team up with your friends, classmates or ask your teacher to run the competition as a class project. Present your idea[s] for how you and your community can live a greener lifestyle leading to better harmony with the environment. Use your creativity to inspire others to follow your lead.

“Individuals and groups may be supported by a parent/guardian, teacher or mentor but the majority of the work must be completed by the students.

“The Bermuda National Trust education team is also available to provide guidance on ideas, story line and technical support. Presentations for groups or classes can be scheduled by contacting the team at education@bnt.bm.

“We will screen the videos in school assemblies and on local television during the week of Earth Day [April 22nd, 2015]. Winners will receive prizes and their video projects will be featured on the Bermuda National Trust’s website and in a local film festival on Earth Day.

The entry deadline is Friday February 6th and the information and entry form is here [PDF]

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