Source: Huawei

Chinese tech company Huawei on Friday (18 Dec) announced the second edition of its prominent film festival awards across the Asia Pacific region, titledHUAWEI Film Awards 2020 (HFA2020).

Singaporean content creators are invited to submit their short films to HFA2020, an extension of Huawei’s annual image-making contest NEXT-IMAGE Awards that provides a platform for creative film makers to showcase their art to the global audience.

The contest will be held from 18 December 2020 to 18 March 2021.

Not forgetting, the winners will stand a chance to win US$10,000 and a HUAWEI Mate 40 Pro.

HFA2020 has earned a reputation for discovering and nurturing next generation creative talent, driving creativity and inspiring emerging content creators to explore new and creative ways to engage with videography.

To participate in the film festival, creators have to submit a short film that makes use of Huawei’s next generation tools and cutting-edge moving image content.

Entries must not exceed 10 minutes in duration.

“With the emerging mobile content creators market growing exponentially, this is a great platform for APAC filmmakers to share their amazing work with the rest of the world,” said Andrew Garrihy, Global Chief Brand Officer of Consumer Business at Huawei.

“HFA2020 allows Huawei device content creators to express themselves, celebrate accomplishments, learn new skills whilst inspiring others, oceans apart. Join our mission to bring stories to life – and people together through the positive power of creativity,” he added.

For updates on HFA2020 and information on how to participate, click here.

Source: Huawei
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