Create a one-minute video to help combat the stigma of mental illness in Asian and Pacific Islander American communities.
May 13, 2015
API Mental Health Anti-Stigma Video Contest sponsors presented highlights of winners' short video clip
March 2, 2015
Create a One-Minute video to help combat the stigma of mental illness in Asian and Pacific Islander (API) American communities.
Be creative! Videos may focus on API in general or a specific API community. They can also focus on a certain age or diversity group within the API community or any specific aspect of the problem of stigma (e.g., fear, discrimination, changing cultural values, normalizing mental illness, etc.). Videos may be in English or an Asian language or both.
Winning videos will be combined into one piece and made available free-of-charge to community organizations for educational purposes.
Contest is open to Master of Social Work (MSW) students in California. Feel free to download and share the contest flyer with anyone who may be interested.
Maximum length: 60 seconds
Title & credits: Include one frame with title of video at the beginning and one frame with all credits at the end of the video.
Video format: mp4 with 1080p resolution
Video directors/producers and actors in winning videos will be required to sign releases giving sponsors the right to use and distribute the videos for mental health educational purposes.
Submit by 5pm, April 15, 2015
Culture-to-Culture Foundation ◆ National Association of Social Workers – California Chapter ◆ California Association of Deans and Directors of Schools of Social Work ◆ KTSF Channel 26
DIRECT QUESTIONS AND SUBMIT VIDEOS TO CONTEST MANAGER Rose Wong, MSW, PhD ◆ Assistant Professor of Social Work ◆ California State University, East Bay ◆ email@example.com
Jeremiah Hein, California State University, San Marcos
Gao Her, California State University, East Bay
Yukiko Kajitani, California State University, East Bay
Robert Moon, California State University, East Bay
Roberta Naiveli, California State University, East Bay
Serom Kim Sanftner, California State University, East Bay
Erika Shimizu, California State University, East Bay
Harry Wu, California State University, East Bay