Performing arts society holding short film competition

THE Perak Society of Performing Arts (PSPA) is holding its first PSPA Short Film Competition.

A PSPA spokesperson said the theme for the competition is “Climate Change and Us” and there were two categories --- public and students.

“We hope participants can use this time during the Covid-19 pandemic to be inspired and reflect on what we can do to be more self-conscious of our actions or inactions that will have consequential effects on Mother Nature, ” said the spokesperson said in a statement.

“The first prize in the public category is RM3,000 while the first and second runners-up will received RM2,000 and RM1,000 respectively.

“In the student category, the first prize is RM1,000 plus free entry to a PSPA workshop.

“The second and third prizes are RM800 and RM500 respectively, and free entry to a PSPA workshop, ” the spokesperson added.

The length of the video should be between one and eight minutes.

It can be recorded using a camera or cellphone but its resolution must be good enough to be shown on a giant LED screen.

Only the director or producer can submit the entry, which must be accompanied by a declaration form that can be downloaded from PSPA’s website.

Closing date for submissions is Oct 31 while the prize presentation will be held in December.

Entries can be submitted to

For details, call PSPA office 05-545 0350 or visit

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