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In an effort to create awareness about the importance of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities, Indywood Talent Club, a worldwide network of student clubs aimed at promoting art and culture and managed by Indywood Talent Hunt (ITH), has invited entries for international-level video contest based on CSR related themes.

Hyderabad-headquartered ITH, a national-level platform to discover creative talents in various artistic and cultural domains, is an ambitious initiative promoted by $10 billion Project Indywood.

A team comprising of three to 25 people can participate. The entries must be submitted before September 30, 2018. The videos can be made in any language but proper subtitles must be given. The submission fee is Rs 1,000.

The participants should make a CSR video on any one of the below mentioned subjects—

Make in India, Swachh bharat, prevention of child trafficking, prevention of beggary, environmental sustainability, one-day earning for charity, rural health, education/ career, women empowerment, religious harmony, human resource/skill/efficiency development, reducing child mortality, hunger and poverty, combating immune deficiency virus, disaster relief activities and socio-economic-infrastructure development.

The winners will be rewarded with a cash prize of Rs 1 lakh and a plethora of opportunities to work in the global film industry including Hollywood. The selected entries will be screened during the fourth edition of Indywood Film Carnival (IFC 2018), to be held at HITEX Convention Centre from December 1 to 4,  2018.

To register, log on to www.indywoodtalenthunt.com .

 
 
 
 
 

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