The competition is open to documentaries, reportages, television programs and any video created to be watched on internet or social networks finished after January, 1st, 2017; about any topic related to science.


There are five categories: 

- Documentary or reportage

- TV Programme

- Internet or Social Media Video

- Student Production

- University Production

Programmes have to be submitted online, through Filmfreeway platform.


 for receiving submission is June, 21st, 2020. 

 

The preliminary jury will select, among all entries, the nominees on each category.

 

All nominees will have to provide a 3-minute excerpt of the finalist production, which will be offered to the media to promote the festival.

 

The jury’s decision will be unappealable. The jury may declare one or more of the awards void, as well as to award some special mentions.

 

Each award will consist of a trophy and a diploma.

 

The authors of the awarded productions will be invited to take part in the festival. The organization will pay the expenses of the trip to Pamplona, Spain (one person per award).

 

 

All clips registered to the competition will remain at the festival archives, to be used only for research and information purposes.

 

Film producers, awarded or not, keep all rights on their films. 

 

The festival may use excerpts of the productions, not longer than three minutes, to promote the festival among the news media. Those productions selected for the final phase can be screened not only in the festival, but also in other activities organised by Museo de Ciencias Universidad de Navarra.

Participation means the acceptance of all the above mentioned rules.

 

 

Information:
#LabMeCrazy! Science Film Festival

Museo de Ciencias. Universidad de Navarra.
Irunlarrea, 1
31008 Pamplona
info@labmecrazy.org