Do you dream of becoming a professional travel filmmaker? Applications are open for travel filmmaking trip to Malaysia! Further, This is your chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip to Malaysia. Also, is personally mentored by award-winning filmmaker Jenny Nichols. You could be capturing staggering seascapes and incredible biodiversity while telling stories of the diverse local communities who call Malaysia home.
- Return economy airfare from the nearest international airport to Malaysia.
- A 10-day, all-expenses-paid trip in Malaysia, including a 3-day post-production workshop.
- Further, Mentorship with professional filmmaker Jenny Nichols through the 10-day trip.
- $1000 USD worth of audio equipment courtesy of RØDE Microphones.
- Also, a Lowepro camera bag of the winner’s choice (up to the value of $150 USD) and Langly camera accessories.
- The cost of any relevant visas and also, vaccinations and travel insurance for the duration of the trip from World Nomads.
- You need to be 18 or over at the time of the application deadline (August 6, 2019).
- To be eligible, It requires you to have a conversational level of English.
- Further, To get the most out of this mentorship, you will need to be able to communicate with your mentor, Jenny Nichols, who only speaks English.
- If you’re still learning the craft of filmmaking and if creating films is responsible for less than 25% of your income, then you’re eligible to apply. Also, This may mean you have had a few films commissioned in the past, or keep a regular video channel of your own – but it isn’t your full-time gig.
- You do need a current passport with at least eight months left before expiry.
- The applicant must be eligible to obtain a Malaysian visa.
- First Step: Make a 3-minute documentary: Interview an adventurer or inspiring traveler and bring their compelling travel story to life.
- Second Step: Upload your film to YouTube or Vimeo and make sure your video is publicly accessible.
- Third Step: Complete the application form the official link, Also, Fill in your personal details so they know how to contact you should you make the shortlist.