The Copyright School Challenge: Video Competition is back for its third year! This year’s theme is CURIOSITY, and we are calling on all students aged 13 to 18 from all local and international schools to participate.
About the Competition
CLASS is launching its third video competition for students nationwide with the aim to encourage creativity and promote copyright awareness among students. The competition is open to individuals or teams of up to 4 people. The winning video will be the one that best communicates the theme of curiosity, or what curiosity means to the participants. All submissions must be creative and original and must be no longer than 90 seconds in length.
– Participants must be aged 13 to 18.
– Participants can participate as an individual or as a team of up to 4 people.
– The video must be an original work and must be no longer than 90 seconds in length. File size should not exceed 200MB.
– The video must be submitted in high resolution (MP4 or MOV file) by Sunday, 31 March 2024.
Registration and Submission
You may register your interest and submit your entries by clicking on the button below.
There will also be a video workshop help in conjunction with the competition. The video workshop is an opportunity for participants to explore video production and editing methods while also learning about the importance of copyright and originality. The workshop will be reserved for those who register their interest by 29 February 2024 and is limited to a first-come, first -served basis. Details of the session will be provided by January 2024.
To register for the workshops, please visit the following link in January 2024:
Video production workshop: (to be confirmed in January 2024)
– First prize: $2,000 and a school trophy
– Second prize: $1,000 and a school trophy
– Third prize: $500 and a school trophy
Announcement of Winners
– Winners will be notified during the prize presentation ceremony at the Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) in May 2024. Details will be provided at a later date.
– Winners must be present for the awards presentation ceremony. The date and time will be announced at a later date.
– Prize money will be issued via cheque. For team entries, the cheque will be issued to the team leader, who will be responsible for distributing it to the team.
How to Participate
*Submissions can be made at a later date after registering of interest.
Winning entries for 2022 Video Competition. Click the link below to view video of 2022 winners.
Team 6 from Sengkang Secondary School
Team KCP of Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Secondary School
Amorphous Agglomerate from Eunoia Junior College
KCP Productions of Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Secondary School
Treii Anti-Copyright from Northland Secondary School
Terms and Conditions
All registration and entries must be filled and submitted by the team leader, parents, teachers, or guardians of the entrants (student or child). Each participant can submit only one entry, and videos must be in MP4 or MOV format and no larger than 200MB in size.
Participants (students) must submit their entries by Sunday, 31 March 2024. All submissions must be made via the online form.
Only entries that are duly received by us by the closing date will be eligible for the Competition. We will not accept responsibility for any entries that are lost, delayed, or damaged and we do not consider proof of submitting an online entry as proof that we have received it.
All entries must be an original piece and developed by the individual or team. The entries must not have been published on any other forms of media (including the internet, social media, newspapers, and school publications). Entries must not have been submitted for any other contests before.
The video workshop is free of charge for registered participants of the competition.
Any entries containing excerpts, translations, or plagiarism, infringing on others’ copyrights, will be disqualified, and rendered invalid. Revocation of any award and return of prizes will be required.
All personal information including contact details must be provided and accurate. The registrants will be contactable via email and/ or phone for the purpose of the competition only.
Prize-winning entries are subject to publication, distribution, and promotion by the Organiser without prior notification.
The decision of the judges is final, and no discussion will be entered in relation to their decision.
Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony during the Asia Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) in May 2024, with the date to be confirmed. Parents/guardians and teachers including the entrant must be present for the ceremony to receive the prize.
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