EduDoc

EduDoc Entry Form | 2018

EduDoc is back with its’ 2018 edition. If you know someone who is making difference in lives of common people through innovations and easy solutions in education space, please tell their stories through small films, documentary or animation. The films must be of duration of 5 minutes or less. If made in any language other than English, subtitles must be provided.

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Please submit your entries on or before 15 September 2018.

For more information, contact:

Centre for Civil Society
A-69 Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110 016 India
Phone: +91-11-26537456/ 26521882/ 41607006/ 41629006
Email: jeevika@ccs.in

For any queries drop us an email at jeevika@ccs.in and we will get back to you within 24 hours.



EduDoc: Stories of Education | 2018

EduDoc – An International Short Film Competition

EduDoc: Stories of Education, an annual International Short Film Competition organised by Centre for Civil Society (CCS) where we want to put forth the regulatory challenges faced by the education sector throughout the world through the audio-visual medium this year.

Theme Education: Regulatory Challenges, Innovations, Celebrations

Objectives

  • To identify and document the regulatory challenges of the Indian education system through audio-visual medium
  • To highlight various solutions devised by individuals, groups, communities, organizations, governments, to overcome these regulatory challenges
  • To celebrate learning output-based education
  • 5 best films will be screened at School Choice National Conference 2018
  • Prize:
    • Best Film: USD 350/ INR 25,000
    • Second Best Film: USD 200/ INR 15,000
    • Third Best Film: USD 150/ INR 10,000

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“If you know someone who is redefining education, share their story with us in a short film.”



Winners of EduDoc 2017

EduDoc: International Short Film Competition, in its 2017 edition, received 1924 entries from 111 Countries and through a unique two-steps screening process, 30 films were presented to the jury; out of which top 5 films were selected.


Best Film
Phool Apni Khushbu Khud Nahi Leta
by Rahul Rai

In the small village of Pipliya, an ordinary man with an ordinary dream is achieving extraordinary feats. Dashrath Kanade is a Government Primary School who has resolved to transform the education system by teaching his students about the values of selfless service. Dashrath’s enthusiasm, contagious energy, and relentless focus on every one of his students earned him a special position at his school. The film celebrates the indefatigable spirit of a teacher and hopes to inspire others to follow in Dasrath’s footsteps.


2nd Best Film
Cup of Tea
by Jitendra Rai

‘Education for All’ is a noble pursuit, albeit a difficult one. The realities of our time reflect in our inability to reach out to the remotest villages. Despite innovations in technology, countless homes remain isolated from the power of learning. And while the struggle for technological accessibility continues, sometimes all it takes is one person and a cup of tea to illuminate the lives of many.

3rd Best Film
Une Petite Différence
by Chloé Dumoulin

Lost in her own version of a "secret garden", Elsa is suddenly disturbed by the other children in the playground. In an effort to valiantly protect her creation, Elsa puts up a fight against the gang of bullies but finds herself being sent to the headteacher’s office. However, the tensed confrontation between the Headteacher and the quarrelsome child takes an unexpected turn.

4th Best Film
Truancy the Missing Children
by Debjeet Kundu

Bunking classes is a jovial memory we often associate with school life. But Truancy is a much more pressing issue with grave implications. Student retention in government schools is dismal, making truancy one of the biggest challenges faced by education system. More often than not, truancy results in child labour, juvenile crime, early marriage, substance abuse. The film takes a brief, albeit informed look at the case of the ‘missing children’.

5th Best Film
Ek Idiot
by Rudra Ranjan Sejpada

A teacher is the foremost bearer of the beacon of education. It is the teacher who moulds the young minds of the children, constantly guiding them to blossom into the best version of themselves. But sometimes, even a teacher turns into a learner, and their guide can be an unseemly ‘idiot’.



EduDoc Awards | 2017

  • 5 best films will be screened at School Choice National Conference 2017
  • Prize:
    • Best Film: USD 350/ INR 25,000
    • Second Best Film: USD 200/ INR 15,000
    • Third Best Film: USD 150/ INR 10,000

Theme- Education: Challenges, Innovations, Celebrations


EduDoc Call for Entries



EduDoc Guidelines | 2018

Objectives

  • To identify and document the regulatory challenges of the Indian education system through audio-visual medium
  • To highlight various solutions devised by individuals, groups, communities, organizations, governments, to overcome these regulatory challenges
  • To celebrate learning output-based education

 Theme:     Education: Regulatory Challenges, Innovations and Solutions

Nationality: Filmmakers can be of any nationality.

Language: The entry could be in any language. It must have English sub-titles.

Conditions for the entry

  • The competition is open for films/documentaries/animation
  • The duration of the entry should be of 5 minutes or less in length (including credits)
  • Films shot on Mobile phones are also welcome
  • If the film includes language other than English, English subtitles must be added
  • Submissions from any country are welcome
  • Entries are accepted through DVD or http://jeevika.wetransfer.com or other assigned online
  • 5 best films will be screened at School Choice National Conference 2016.
  • Entries without duly filled-in entry forms will not be considered
  • Multiple entries can be submitted but require separate entry form
  • Films once submitted cannot be withdrawn
  • Entering films for EduDoc 2018 indicates acceptance that the entered copies will be part of Centre for Civil Society library and will be available online
  • The films in our archive will not be screened commercially or sold

EVALUATION PROCESS:
Jury: The five-member Jury will meet to evaluate the shortlisted entries and select the best 5 Films/ Documentaries/ Animation and the top 3 winners.

AWARDS

  • Best Film: USD 350/ INR 25,000.
  • Second Best Film: USD 200/ INR 15,000.
  • Third Best Film: USD 150/ INR 10,000.

 

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EduDoc Awards | 2018

  • 5 best films will be screened at School Choice National Conference 2018
  • Prize:
    • Best Film: USD 350/ INR 25,000
    • Second Best Film: USD 200/ INR 15,000
    • Third Best Film: USD 150/ INR 10,000

THEME –     Education: Regulatory Challenges, Innovations and Solutions




EduDoc Awards : 2015

  • 5 best films will be screened at the Jeevika: Asia Livelihood Documentary Festival.
  • The winning film will receive a prize of USD 300 / Rs 20,000.

EduDoc 2015



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