For Immediate Release
8 November 2011
Mulat Pinoy’s “We are Right Here. We are RH.” video contest now has its ten finalists.
This amateur video competition sought to focus on young people and their take on responsible parenthood, reproductive health, and population and development. All the video entries were screened and judged by representatives from the film industry, pro- and anti- RH bill camps, population institutes and religious groups. Videos are judged based on their creativity, visual impact, clarity of message, and social relevance.
Videos which made it to the top 10 are:
- Ang Nasa Isip Ko
- Mulat Kabataan
- RH Bill: Kahirapan o Kaunlaran?
- The Game
Entries from as far as Cavite, Davao, Iloilo, Quirino, Quezon City and Makati City made it to the top list, and the finalists used a variety of styles: infographic video, animation, drama, experimental.
Most video entries centered on subjects like premarital sex, condoms, teenage pregnancy and overpopulation, showing us the issues in which the youth are most interested or concerned.
Watch the ten finalist videos by logging on to http://www.mulatpinoy.ph/wearerh. To vote for your favorite video, simply click Online Voting on the website.
You can also vote via text. Simply text RH VOTE to 2256, where you will be asked to register with RH VOTE (entry number)/(your name)/(age)/(email add). You can vote everyday. Each text costs Php 2.50.
The voting period is from November 4 to November 26, 2011.
Don’t forget to watch the “We Are Right Here. We Are RH.” TV special on November 20, 2:00 PM on the ABS-CBN News Channel (ANC).
Aside from fame and nationwide reach, winners shall also get cash prizes, cool and sleek video cameras and trophies.
Special awards shall also be given by the United Nations Population Fund and the Knowledge Channel.
Only the SMS and the online votes can determine the winners, so vote now!
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