La mia Europa 2018
La mia Europa Short Film Competition is organized by the Federal Republic of Germany, through the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Rome. The initiative was promoted in memory of Fabrizia Di Lorenzo, the girl killed in the attack on December 19, 2016 in the Breitscheidplatz in Berlin.
Participation in the competition is open to all Italian citizens aged between 18 and 35, residing in an EU country other than Italy. Residence does not mean residence, but the place where the person has his habitual abode.
Short films (documentaries or fiction) that illustrate the personal experiences of young Italians emigrated to another European country are admitted. It is required that the identity of young Europeans living the reality of a united and open Europe is represented. The short films must analyze the image that this generation has made of Europe in an artistic-analytic way.
Among the short films submitted, the jury will select a maximum of 75 finalists. The first three classified in the competition will be selected by an independent jury. The short films selected as finalists will be published on the Italien.diplo.de web page and on the contest's Facebook page. The Audience Award will be won by the short film that will receive a greater number of "likes" on the Facebook page by 12.00 on 13 May 2018.
Each participant can only submit a short film. The link of the short film uploaded to YouTube must be sent by 12.00 pm on March 14th 2018 to email@example.com