Bullying Is Not a Sport Video Contest
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The purpose of the Quest Education Systems and Stop.Walk.Talk “Bullying Is Not a Sport” video production contest is to encourage and challenge groups or individuals to use their creativity in producing an educational video on bullying. Contestant(s) must submit a video that illustrates the dangers of bullying and a positive solution to end bullying in their school. The winning contestant(s) will be the one that produces the most engaging, creative video, which captures the message of the dangers of bullying and positive solutions to end bullying.
The Quest Education Systems and Stop.Walk.Talk “Bullying Is Not a Sport” video production contest is open to all students nation-wide, as well as educators. Students and educators can work together as a team, or individually.
Guidelines and Rules
- Each entry form must be submitted by April 27, 2012 to firstname.lastname@example.org or Quest Education Systems, ATTN: Jamie Shelton, P.O. Box 1004, Waynesville, MO 65583 in order to be entered. This form is attached and may be photocopied.
- For every contestant that is under 18 years of age, they will need to have a parent/guardian or sponsor signature to be entered into the contest. Each contestant(s) will submit a video by May 18, 2012 to Quest Education Systems: Videos may be submitted via YouTube, by sending the link to email@example.com.
- Videos may be submitted by DVD, by mailing them to Quest Education Systems, ATTN: Jamie Shelton, P.O. Box 1004, Waynesville, MO 65583 Entries will not be accepted after May 18, 2012. Please contact Jamie Shelton at (866) 942-4430 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.
- Videos must be no longer than 10 minutes in length. Entries not conforming to the time constraints will be disqualified. Video length will be judged from the first to the last frame of video.
- Credits and title will need to be submitted with the submission form attached to this document.
- The video topic must be on the dangers of bullying and a positive solution to prevent bullying in your school. Each entry must have its own unique title, and each entry should be submitted the acceptable methods previously discussed.
- Videos should include Quest Education Systems and Stop.Walk.Talk props, which will be sent after your entry form has been completed and submitted.
- Contestants must provide references of sites, statistics and any other information used. This information can be printed on a separate sheet of paper and submitted with the video.
- Videos must not highlight actual products, labels or corporate names other than Quest Education Systems and Stop.Walk.Talk. All teams must comply with copyright regulations.
- If a contestant(s) decides to send a DVD, it must be labeled with the contestant’s name or team name, school name and title of the entry. Do not send your original video master.
- Entries will NOT be returned. Videos should contain original content. All videos will be posted to the Quest Education Systems YouTube Channel and made public.
- Judging and Awards Judging will take place in two different ways. The public will vote for videos, and the video that receives the most votes will win. A panel of judges through Quest Education Systems and Stop.Walk.Talk will judge videos. The judges will select the best video.
- The winning teams will be awarded prizes including, a 1 year free subscription to Stop.Walk.Talk. The National Bully Reporting and Alert System for their schools, a Kindle eReader or a Go Pro Video Camera.
- All videos submitted become the property of Quest Education Systems and Stop.Walk.Talk and may be distributed freely.
- All videos will be pre-screened, prior to judging, to verify compliance of all contest rules.
Each contestant(s) must comply with his or her state laws in the production and filming of the video. Contestants should exercise safety for all participants in the production and filming of the video. If a team is using any school property for the shooting of their film, they must comply with all school rules and regulations. If you are unsure about the rules, please ask an administrator or staff member for assistance.
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