32nd Annual PAPJA Convention


January 25-26, 2019

DAY 1 - SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia
DAY 2 - National University, Manila

Contests

Psyclips

A Video-making Competition for Psychology Majors

 

GENERAL GUIDELINES

  1. Open only to groups of bona fide and currently enrolled undergraduate Psychology students in the Philippines.
  2. Only one entry per school is allowed.
  3. The video needs to have been created, written, directed, acted and produced by the submitting team.
  4. Video:
    1. The video should be relevant to the "Fostering a Psychology of Well-being for the Filipino".
    2. The video shall have a maximum playing time of three (3) minutes.
    3. The video can use either English or Filipino.
    4. The video may be silent or use voice.
    5. The video should NOT contain any offensive element, including but not limited to, inhumane or overly sexual images and foul or derogatory language. As much as possible, violence should not be present, unless justified through the concept of the video.
    6. The video should contain subtitles.
  5. At the end of the video, the following should be acknowledged in writing:
    1. The name of the team’s school
    2. The names of all team members, with specific roles (i.e. creator, writer, director, editor, actors, etc.)
    3. Inspirations, special mentions, outsourced help, etc
    4. References and other sources of information used in the video
  6. Participants may seek help in the post-production of the video, but the main idea and content must come from the participants themselves.
*Note: Upon submission of entries to PsyClips 2019, team members grant permission to the Psychological Associal of the Philippines - Junior Affiliates (PAPJA) to use any of the materials for any purpose the organization deems appropriate.  

REQUIREMENTS

  1. Accomplish the PsyClips submission form on the PAPJA Website (papja.org.ph/papja-convention/contests/psyclips/) on or before December 10, 2018.
  2. Include in the submission form the following:
    1. Uploaded photos of school IDs or any proof of enrollment for A.Y 2018-2019 of each participant.
    2. A URL to an online file storage where the video (in MP4 format) can be downloaded (e.g. Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.).
    3. If minors were used in the video, send scanned photo of written consent of guardians/parents of the child actor/s in the video to PAPJA’s email ([email protected]) with the subject heading: “PsyClips 2019 Consent Forms – School Name”.
 
TIME TABLE  
Dec 10 Deadline of submission for entries
Dec 11-20 Initial screening of entries
Jan 2-7 Judging to determine finalist videos (at least 3)
Jan 10-20 Uploading of videos on PAP Facebook Like Page and start of liking period
Jan 25 Performance day of finalists and announcement of winners
 
CRITERIA FOR JUDGING Percentage
Accuracy and Quality of Content 30%
Quality of Execution and Creativity 30%
Relevance 30%
Popularity (Facebook Likes) 10%
 

Registration


Note: If minors were used in the video, send scanned photo of written consent of guardians/parents of the child actor/s in the video to PAPJA’s email ([email protected]) with the subject heading: “PsyClips 2019 Consent Forms – School Name”

Disclaimer: Upon submission of entry, the team grants permission to Psychological Association of the Philippines – Junior Affiliates (PAPJA) to use any of the materials for any purpose the organization deems appropriate.