L’OMS lancia il bando per il quarto Health for All Film Festival

L’Organizzazione Mondiale della Sanità (WHO) ha lanciato il bando per la partecipazione alla  quarta Health for All Film Festival, Festival del Cinema sulla Salute per Tutti, che si terrà nel 2023.

Unisciti al movimento per intervenire sulla salute attraverso il cinema!

Il periodo per la presentazioni dei cortometraggi va dal 31 ottobre 2022 al 31 gennaio 2023.

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Independent film-makers, production companies and TV broadcasters, public institutions, nongovernmental organizations, communities of patients and of health workers, students in public health and film schools from around the world are invited to submit their original short films on health by 31 January 2023. The festival’s aims to engage a new generation of film and video innovators to champion and promote global health issues.


  • Universal health coverage (UHC): films about mental health, noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) and other UHC stories linked to communicable diseases not part of emergencies;
  • Health emergenciesfilms about health emergencies, such as COVID-19, Monkeypox, Ebola, disaster relief and health in conflict-settings;
  • Better health and well-beingfilms about environmental and social determinants of health as well as other non-medical conditions for a good health, such as nutrition, sanitation, pollution, gender, physical activity, and/or about health promotion or health education.

For each of these three GRAND PRIX categories which align with WHO’s global goalsforpublichealth, candidates can submit short documentaries, fiction films or animation films of three to eight minutes in length.

Additionally, four special prizes will be attributed to some short-listed videos not receiving a GRAND PRIX. In 2023, the four special prizes will include:

  • Special Climate Change and Health Film Prize – films about the health benefits of innovative solutions or ideas tackling climate change.
  • Special Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) Film Prize – films considering SRH and rights as a fundamental element to the overall health and well-being of individuals, couples and families, and to the social and economic development of communities and countries.
  • Student Film Prize – films produced by students who can justify the films made during their university studies.
  • Very Short Film Prize – films between one to two minutes and 30 seconds (1’00” to 2’30”) about any health-related topic previously described in the three main competition categories, including climate and reproductive health.

Join the movement! You can share your experiences using #Film4Health and via LinkedIn group of HAFF advocates.

For more information, check here link