Frame Of Mind 2017
St Patrick’s Mental Health Services and Walk In My Shoes are delighted to announce the return of the short-film competition, Frame Of Mind. The 2 main objectives for this film competition are to improve awareness about mental health and to remove the stigma associated with mental health difficulties.
The shortlisted films will be previewed at a film screening award ceremony.
Closing Date: 20th November 2017
Three Categories: Primary School, Secondary School & General
1st place & Runner-up awarded in each category
How to Enter:
• Create a 2-3 minute film which you feel portrays a positive mental health message
• Upload your short film to Vimeo
• Email your Vimeo URL to email@example.com
Terms & Conditions
Who can apply?
Entrants in the ‘General Category’ must be at least 18 years of age to take part in the competition.
The competition is open to all amateur film makers with an interest in film, video and animation.
Professionals working in these industries are excluded.
Submitting your initial concepts
You must send your short-film to us by the closing date of Monday November 20th, 2017
St Patrick’s Mental Health Services and Walk in My Shoes appointed judges will short-list films for the Awards Ceremony. Entrants authorized for Stage 2 will be notified by email.
Submitting your short-film
Short-films must be submitted via Vimeo (no password protection) with URL entered on entry form and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Entry Form: Your short-film entry must be accompanied by a completed entry form and a declaration that the entry is your original work.
Release Form: Your entry must only feature people who have given their permission to be included. Written consent must be obtained from all contributors featured.
Short-films can be in film or animation format
Entrants are welcome to use any video recording device, such as smart phones or HD cameras.
Your entry must be at least 1 minute and no longer than 3 minutes.
The competition winner of each category will receive a cash prize of €1,000. The runner up prize will receive €500 in each category.
Details of the short-listed entrants will appear on www.walkinmyshoes.ie and social media.
Important information for entrant
Entrants are expected to participate in media and publicity / promotional activities relating to Walk in My Shoes short-film competition and to consent to the use of their names in press materials relating to the competition.
Walk in My Shoes, St Patrick’s Mental Health Services and the competition administrators have the right to showcase all projects submitted to the competition, and to use completed projects for promotional purposes outside of the competition, as they see fit.
Personal details of entrants will only be used for the purposes of administrative and for publicity / promotional activities relating to the competition.
Walk in My Shoes and St Patrick’s Mental Health Services reserves the right to amend, modify, cancel or withdraw an entrant from the competition at any time without notice.
Entries will be judged on its originality, artistic and message interpretation. Entries will be viewed by a pre-selection committee appointed by St Patrick’s Mental Health Services.
If your entry is shortlisted it will be then viewed by an expert judging panel who will select the overall winners from the shortlist. The judges’ decisions are final.
The Judging panel will consist of industry experts and St Patrick’s Mental Health Service’s designated staff members.
The judging panel will draw up a shortlist of entries, at its complete discretion. Shortlisted entries will be announced on St Patrick’s Mental Health Services Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Should there be insufficient entries, the judging panel reserves the right to decline to make an award.
The competition is not open to employees of St Patrick’s Mental Health Services or members of the judging panel or their families.
The judging panel reserves the right to disqualify any entry that does not fit the criteria of these terms and conditions and its decision is final.