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What School Didn't Teach Us:
The Truth about Nuclear Weapons
Historically and through to the present day, the profound dangers of nuclear weapons have been downplayed or altogether ignored by the mainstream media and educational system.
Make a video of three minutes or less that addresses "what school didn't teach us: the truth about nuclear weapons." Winning videos will highlight some of the many dangerous truths about nuclear weapons for the world to see.
Winners will be responsible for providing NAPF with a high-resolution copy of their video before prize money is distributed.
By submitting your video, you are promising that you own all rights to all material in your video, including the music, images, script, and rights to include all persons, places or organizations included or depicted (see below for information on Creative Commons footage). The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation will have distribution rights for non-commercial use, and video makers will have co-distribution rights for either public or commercial use. You also agree to allow the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation to use your name, identification, and likeness to use, promote or publicize your video in any manner, without limitation, and without further compensation. You agree to indemnify the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, including for legal costs, against any challenges to the ownership, use of, or rights to material in your video.
How to Enter:The 2012 contest is now closed. Join the contest's Facebook page. Once you have added your video to the Facebook page, fill
out the contest entry form. You will need to include your video’s URL on your entry form.
Copyright Issues: There is a significant amount of video and audio available online that falls under Creative Commons licensing. It is permissible to use Creative Commons video and/or audio in your entry as long as you meet the requirements of the particular license. Click here for more information on Creative Commons.
Judging: A committee of filmmakers and educators selected by the Nuclear Age Peace
Foundation will judge entries on the basis of originality of ideas, creativity and clarity of expression.
All Rights Reserved: All submissions become the property of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation and may be used by the Foundation on its website or in publications. All products resulting from the winning proposals become the property of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation. The Foundation reserves the right to publish or broadcast all submissions to the contest.
Questions: Direct all questions to Rick Wayman, Director of Programs, at this link. No phone calls, please.