World Parkinson Coalition launches 2016 Video Competition

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Author: Almaz OhenePublished: 24 November 2015

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Applications for the WPC 2016 Video Competition are now open for everyone in the international Parkinson’s disease community.

Entrants are required to produce a short film (no longer than 3.5 minutes) about their experiences living with, treating, researching or caring for people with Parkinson’s to compete for the grand prize: having their film shown at the WPC 2016 opening ceremony in Portland, US, free registration for WPC 2016 and two nights hotel accommodation.

There are two categories for entries; ‘short professional film’ and ‘short amateur film’ and the WPC are set to receive the most submissions to date for the 2016 competition.

The competition is open for applications until 1 May 2016.

 

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