Girls Impact the World Film Festival 2013

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Girls Impact the World Film Festival 2013

STORIES ABOUT GIRLS WORTH TELLING

Show in Film what YOU can do to Change the Story!

High school and undergraduate students submit your 3-5 minute short films that address global women's issues such as: education for girls, maternal health, violence against women and girls and a variety of other issues.

Submission deadline is January 10, 2013.

Winners will be awarded over $20K in prizes! Red carpet event and awards ceremony to be held at the Harvard campus on February 23, 2013.

Girls Impact the World ( www.connecther.org/gitw ), a Film Festival co-produced by Connecther.org and the Harvard College Social Innovation Collaborative is a great way for high school and college students to get their ideas in front of some very accomplished, high profile judges such as: Christy Turlington (Founder, Every Mother Counts), Jean Oelwang (CEO of Virgin Unite), Jeff Skoll (Founder, Participant Media & Skoll Foundation), Leymah Gbowee (Nobel Laureate & Founder of Gbowee Peace Foundation),Maria Eitel (CEO Nike Foundation), Muhammad Yunus (Nobel Laureate & Founder of Grameen Bank), Pat Mitchell (Paley Center, producer of TedxWomen), Professor Robb Moss (Harvard Filmmaking Professor) and Zainab Salbi (Founder of Women for Women).

Interested in submitting a film and have questions? Contact filmfest@connecther.org OR lila@connecther.org