Submit your film TODAY!
Submission deadline 25 Nov 2014
- Professional Filmmakers: Rs 1000 / USD 25
- Student Filmmakers: Rs 500 / USD 15
* Please note that applications will not be accepted after 15 Nov
Awards category and cash prize 2014:
- Best FEATURE Documentary (professional category, above 30 min): Rs 50,000
- Best SHORT Documentary (professional category, below 30 min): Rs 40,000
- Best STUDENT Documentary: Rs 20,000
- Education World- Jeevika Freedom Award: This is a new category in this year’s festival where we are inviting applications for outstanding documentaries by professionals and students that highlight livelihood challenges or successes of people working in the education sector (school owners, principles, and teacher): Rs 20,000
Screening & Awards Ceremony
Shortlisted films will be screened over a two day period on 13 and 14 December 2014 at UChicago Center in New Delhi. Certificates will be presented to the directors of all shortlisted films.
The winners of the 2014 Jeevika festival will win a trip and three nights stay to be part of the Asia Liberty Forum from 8-10 January 2015 in Kathmandu, Nepal. The trophy and cash prize will be awarded to the winners at a grand event on 8 January during the conference which will be attended by over 200 think tank professionals, scholars and activists from over 40 countries.
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CCS envisions a world where each individual leads a life of choice in personal, economic and political spheres and every institution is accountable.We are STEPPING UP FOR CHOICE at this year’s Airtel Delhi Half Marathon. Join us! Here’s what you can do:
- Support less-privileged youth through Vikalp vouchers which will help them undergo skills training of his / her choice with job placements. Donate now!
- Register to become a Dream Challenger, a Dream Maker, or to take up the Youth Challenge – help us raise funds
- RUN with us at the Delhi Marathon on Sunday, 23rd November 2014.
An internationally recognised program that brings young people together to explore ideas about individual liberty and economic prosperity. The program consists of engaging talks, working groups and discussion on a chosen theme in campuses across the country. Similar programs have been organized by sister-organizations across the globe in countries such as Brazil, Turkey, Germany, and Kyrgyzstan.
CCS hosts an annual Asia-wide documentary festival to capture the livelihood challenges faced by the rural and urban poor. The festival brings to light policies and regulations that limit livelihood freedom of the poor. This year will screen 18 selected documentaries highlighting livelihood struggles through a public policy lens. Notable attendees include Subhash Ghai and Nandan Saxena.
Freedom Caravan will get student participants from multiple colleges across Pune to reflect over our history and explore the definitions and dimensions of freedom, sovereignty and human liberty while paying tribute to those who brought India independence. The event will also highlight the work that is left to be done to bring social, economic and political freedom and individual rights to all people of Indian society.