Students from any university or vocational center from any country in Europe can participate in this contest.
Videos must be recorded with a mobile phone in a landscape format.
Short videos: Max. 30 seconds in total (20 belong to the content of the video and the other 10 title and final logos, as explained in point 9 of these guidelines).
In each video students will teach (people without previous knowledge) (1) how to do any technique related with their qualification but which is considered all people should know, or (2) any other techniques that they do in a different (but correct) way, or (3) any advice useful for the everyday life of the people.
The maximum number of authors for each video is four. Itis allowed to form groups of authors from different centers or universities.
The purpose of the video should be didactic.
Videos can be no-words or may contain texts -spoken or written- in English (it is allowed to speak/write in English and to translate to the second language as well).
It’s allowed to insert emoticons, numbers or any other character in “international language”.
The videos have to contain at the beginning, at least: the title and the course/group supporting this video (4 seconds.).
All the videos should finish with TWO images (3 sec. each one):
The logo of the student's High School/University.
The logo of the IV European Video Contest. The logo of the contest can be downloaded from this link.
The deadline is January, 31th. at 23.59 Brussels time. If any video is sent AFTER this time, it will be disqualified from the contest.
In this video contest there is NOT censorship, except in case of sexism, racism or any illegal ideology.