IPA Video Project
Your students now have the opportunity to get involved with a project that not only gives them a great reason to use their English, but also to develop their creativity, teamwork and audio-visual skills to create something truly fun that can be enjoyed by the whole world. If you think your students might enjoy making and starring in their own video, then our Video Project Competition could be just what you need to get them to stretch their English and show the world just what heights of creativity they are capable of attaining.
- Your challenge is to produce a short video based on an IPA show.
- The video should only star the students and staff of your school.
- The video must be a maximum 5 minutes long. Longer videos will be disqualified.
- The video must be 100% in English.
- The video must include characters from the show but be of new scenes and new dialogue created by the students.
- Videos will be judged on the English content, artistic quality, originality and humour in equal amounts.
- Your video must be submitted between 1st January and 31st May by loading it onto YouTube with the title ‘IPA Productions Video Project Competition 21-22’ followed by the name of the school (and number if the school is submitting more than one video). You must then send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org that includes: (1) Confirmation of your submission; (2) Permission to post the video on our website and social media sites; (3) A hyperlink to the submitted video.
- There is no limit to the number of videos a school may submit.
- The deadline for entering the competition is 12:00h, 31st May 2022.
- If you are unable to enter your video by this date, let us know and we can include it in following year’s competition.
- The winners will be announced before the end of the school year in June. The winner will be contacted directly.
- The winner will get a performance of an IPA show completely free for the following school year.
- The decision of the judges is final.
- Keep the camera steady by using a tripod or resting the camera on something solid
- The quality of sound is important. Avoid background noise or use a microphone.
- Extra points are given for video editing including effects, subtitles and end credits