The film must deal with architectural, design or urban solutions to inequality and discrimination on social grounds.
Register: MAR/01/2023, Submit: MAR/01/2023, Eligibility: Everyone, Fee: Free, Awards: 1st Prize: 2,500 EUR, 2nd Prize: 1,500 EUR, 3rd Prize: 1,000 EUR
We are asking for (max.) 3-minute-long films addressing and showcasing inclusive and non-discriminatory design solutions in the built, planned or grown environment. The winners will be invited to attend Copenhagen Architecture Festival taking place from 22. June – 9. July 2023 in parallel with the World Capital of Architecture and UIA World Congress. An international jury is set up to judge the films.
The Leave No One Behind Agenda (LNOB) is the central, transforming promise in the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It represents the unequivocal commitment of all UN Member States to eradicate poverty in all its forms, end discrimination and exclusion, and reduce the inequalities and vulnerabilities that undermine the potential of humans and other living beings.
Discrimination persists in the design of the built and planned environment, indoors, outdoors, public and private. This includes discrimination against socially, physically or mentally vulnerable or challenged groups based on gender, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, limited mobility or income.
The Film Mosaic aims at documenting solutions to these forms of discrimination, creating an understanding of the diversity of the reality in which the LNOB agenda must be resolved, and generating new knowledge and insight about sustainable cities, residential areas, buildings, building materials, infrastructure, and other urban practices that promote the fight against inequality.
The incoming films will result in a global Film Mosaic of everyday voices from different geographical and cultural contexts, available for researchers, educators, laymen and decision-makers during and after the competition. The Film Mosaic will be used as a powerful tool of impact during the UIA 2023 World Congress towards the many decision-makers gathered in Copenhagen then—and as the point of departure for a bigger impact campaign that can spread rings beyond 2023.
The film submitted must address architectural, design or urban planning solutions to inequality and discrimination against socially based on factors such as gender, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, limited mobility, or income.
- Accepted genres: documentary, fiction, animation, or a hybrid
- The film submitted must begin with the mandatory intro and conclude with the outro.
- Maximum duration: 3 minutes – excluding the mandatory intro and outro
- Language: If dialogue, it must have English subtitles and/or be in English
- Format: .mp4 or .mov
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