Call for entries from Celebrate the Sea 2005
Celebrate the Sea 2005
Calling all Film and Image Makers
If you enjoyed participating in Antibes, then you will not want to miss the largest and richest imagery and film festival of its kind in Asia Pacific—Celebrate the Sea. Now in its fourth year, the festival will be held from June 3-5 at Singapore’s Suntec City.
Until May 1st we invite you to take part in this prestigious event by entering our numerous international competitions.
There is over $50 000 up for grabs and with sponsors like Nokia, Epson, Eco-Sys, Nikon, Seacam, Amphibico, Longbow, Dive Logic and Oris the prizes will be of exceptional quality. There will also be some once in a lifetime holidays on offer from Taka, Palau Sipadan Resort, Divers Den, Penetration Divers, B&J Resort and Yos Bali Divers.
Your work will be judged by some of the top underwater image makers including David Doubilet, Neville Coleman, Tay Kay Chin and John Cosgrove. All of the finalists will be displayed in special galleries for the duration of the show and with more than 15 000 people expected, the festival offers unrivalled international exposure. The winners will also be published in both Scuba Diver (PADI’s official magazine in Asia—Pacific) and Asian Geographic magazines with a chance at the front cover.
Adding a terrestrial scope to the competitions is the inaugural AG Eco Adventure and Travel Expo. Whether you are an amateur or professional, dedicated only to macro slides or digital wide angle, a writer of books, creator of DVDs or a landlubber with a camera instead of a hand—we have a competition for you.
The categories for Celebrate the Sea include:
Documentary, Slides, Colour and B&W Photographs, Digital Portfolio, Environmental Award, Slide Show, Book of the Sea, CD-Rom/DVD and Web Site.
The categories for Asian Geographic Eco-Adventure Travel Competition include:
Photographic, Print, Portfolio and Digital, Best Web Site, Environmental and Travel Book Award and the Environment Campaign Award.
If you have captured a piece of our earth’s splendor then don’t let your image be like the tree that falls in the woods with no one to hear it—don’t let your tree fall silently…or you shutter for that matter!