Calling all MVJ members in photojournalism and video journalism: Do you want to feature some of your best work for Veterans Day?
MVJ is proud to be teaming up with Video Consortium, a global nonprofit creative community committed to supporting and uniting today’s top emerging voices in documentary film and video journalism.
This is a chance to screen your nonfiction films and photography next month, and we’re asking for submissions. We would love to showcase your hard work and skills. From covering disaster relief efforts, to Black Lives Matter protests, to what is happening within our current news climate, this is an event you certainly don’t want to miss. This is an opportunity for you to connect with other veterans in the business while promoting your strongest work.
When deciding which films, videos or photos to submit, please keep in mind that it must be nonfiction and relevant. So if your film or video is a year old, ask why it must be shown today. Moreover, look at the visual and technical precision.
Here’s how it will work:
1) If your film or video is a long piece, then an excerpt will be shown.
2) Space is limited, so you have until Friday, October 30th at 4pm ET to submit. *Please note that in order to successfully submit your work, you must become a member of MVJ first. If you haven’t purchased a membership yet, click here.
3) If your film or video is chosen, you will also get the chance to do a virtual Q&A with Video Consortium and the audience later in November.
4) Submit your films to Video Consortium at [email protected] with “MVJ VC Submission” in the subject line.
5) We plan to publish a short teaser video that features all submissions on our social media channels before the Veterans Day screening. More details TBD.
6) Once we provide updates about our screening, feel free to post your work with our hashtags “#MVJVCEvent, #MVJVCFilms, or #VetsinPhotoJournalism.”
To learn more about Video Consortium, visit here.