Can you convey your research through film?
Film allows you to think about your research in different ways, offering a fresh perspective. Using animation, moving image, filmed interviews and/or other techniques, you are able to tell the story behind your research or behind the subjects of your research, or to document the research process itself.
If you submit a film to LSE Research Festival 2014 and it is accepted into the exhibition it will be
previewed at LSE Literary Festival events
screened at the Research Festival exhibition on 8 May 2014
uploaded to LSE open-access digital libraries (including LSE Research Online); and
automatically entered for the film category prize at the Research Festival Exhibition
Films will be judged by an expert panel according to the following criteria:
1. Clarity: Is the central message of your film clearly conveyed?
2. Engagement: Does the film capture our imagination and hold our attention?
3. Coherence: Does the film address the isses outlined in the entry form? How well does the subject matter relate to the description provided?
4. Context: Is the film stand-alone in the sense that is requires no further contextualizing? Or, if the film is a fragment, is explanation offered as to how it sits within the research as a whole?
The deadline for submissions to the LSE Research Festival 2014 exhibition has now passed. Please check back for details on attending the exhibition.
If you require any additional information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org