Inspire others about protecting the planet

The Short Film Proposal Competition launches two new categories for 2017!

Film makers worldwide are invited to send their ideas for a short, one-minute film around sustainability and protection of biodiversity. Our judging panel will select three proposals from each category and pay US$300 for you to make your film. The voting public will decide which is the best film to take home two top-prizes of US$1500.

Read details of the short film competition.

Find out more about SDG 15:
Life on land

Find out more about SDG 13:
Climate action

Want to tell the world about your climate action?

The Global Youth Video Competition on Climate Change has launched for 2017!

If you are between 18-30 we want you to send us your video diary (a maximum of three minutes long) to inspire people around the world about your project. Select from two categories – building climate friendly and resilient cities or oceans and climate change. Two winners will travel to Bonn, Germany in November 2017 as a youth reporter for COP23.

Read details of the global youth video competition.

Find out more about SDG 11:
Sustainable cities and communities

Find out more about SDG 14:
Life below water

Now in its eighth year, tvebiomovies invites young people around the world to submit short creative films in a range of genres and online media, showing how we can live better, more comfortable lives without damaging the planet and reach the international targets known as the Sustainable Development Goals.

Since the competition was first launched, tvebiomovies has attracted more than 4 million views on You Tube with films covering a range of key sustainable development issues including climate change, renewable energy, biodiversity, food waste and marine pollution.