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The Global Health Film Festival announces Open Call for the Planetary Health Film Prize
planetary health alliance
Aug 6, 2018

The Global Health Film Festival is accepting film submissions of short (25 minutes or less) and feature (over 25 minutes) length on any global health topic. Global health topics may include LGBT rights, maternal and neonatal health, healthy aging, mental health, refugee health, climate change, emerging infections, communicable diseases and non-communicable diseases. A £10,000 Planetary Health Film Prize will be awarded to the film that sets out the most compelling case and calls to action.

The Global Health Film Festival believes that film has the power to communicate stories, to stir emotions, to inspire, to encourage action and to redress inequities in health. The primary objective of the Festival is to use film, animation and immersive media as a catalyst for discussion and change on global health issues.

This year's Global Health Film Festival takes place on 07-09 December 2018 in Central London. The two-day festival will combine a mix of feature films, premieres, short films, keynote presentations, workshops and virtual reality installations with several sessions in parallel in order for delegates to tailor their experience.

Awards & Prizes

Planetary Health Film Prize 
Films that highlight planetary health - an emerging interdisciplinary field that focuses on the human health impacts of humanity’s vast and accelerating transformation of Earth’s natural systems.

Subject areas could include the health impacts of: 
Degradation of natural systems
Climate change and biodiversity loss
Air, water and soil pollution
Population growth and urbanization
Food security and malnutrition
The spread of vector-borne and zoonotic disease

Global Health Film Festival
The Global Health Film Festival believes that film has the power to communicate stories, to stir emotions, to inspire, to encourage action and to redress ine...