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Frequently Asked Questions


  1. Are you pro-RH or anti-RH?

Neither: we’re pro-information. We believe in the freedom of speech and the merit of educated, reasonable discussion. We want every side of an issue to be accurately and responsibly conveyed, and this video contest aims to give young people the chance to speak their mind, whatever their stand.

 

  1. What is “We are Right Here. We are RH.” about?

This video contest is about letting the youth discuss their opinions, testimonials and concerns in a venue with maximum public exposure. We want the youth to tell the world how they feel about reproductive health.

 

  1. Who can join “We are Right Here. We are RH.”?

It is open to anyone 25 years old or below as of the contest submission deadline on October 15, 2011. If the person joining is below 18, however, he/she should have written parental consent, as explained below.

 

  1. I am below 18 years old. Can I still join the video contest?

Yes! Please go over our waiver forms and submit them along with your entry. [Click the green Download button in the lower right corner.]

 

  1. Are joint productions possible, or should it be just an individual joining the contest?

Joint productions are possible; you may work with a team of any size. However, the aforementioned age limit should still be observed for all team members. Also, only one member may join as the official entrant, and will be the point person contacted by Mulat Pinoy for any and all concerns.

 

  1. How many entries am I allowed to submit? How long should each video entry last? What are the valid video formats?

You may submit only one entry per person. It must be at least 90 seconds long, and at most 8 minutes long. The valid video formats are .avi, .mp4, .mpeg, .mpg, .mov and .wmv.

 

  1. Who owns the copyright of the videos I submit?

You retain all copyrights, but, by submitting an entry, you grant permission to Mulat Pinoy to use your entry as part of any collateral related to the promotions and implementation of the video contest across all related media venues, solely for non-profit. Please note that all submitted materials will not be returned, so we suggest that you retain a personal copy of your entry.

 

  1. What should I submit together with my video entry?

Here’s a checklist:

  • a 30-second teaser of your entry, burned onto the same CD/DVD that contains your full entry
  • an accomplished application form, including parental consent if you are below 18 [DOWNLOAD HERE. To download, click the green Download button in the lower right corner.]
  • a transcript of your entry’s spoken/written content.
  • If your entry contains material that is neither English nor Filipino, please include a translation in either of those languages.

 

  1. When is the deadline of submission of entries?

The last day for submitting entries is October 15, 2011. The exact deadline is 11:59 PM on October 15, 2011.

 

  1. How shall the entries be shortlisted?

The entries will be presented to a panel of judges. They will select ten (10) entries to be shortlisted. These shortlisted entries will be the final set open to public voting.

 

  1. Can I use any type of camera?

Yes, for as long as your final output is in one of the file formats mentioned above.

 

  1. What language should I use?

You may use any language, although you must include a translation in either English or Filipino in your transcript. You may also include subtitles in your video, if you prefer.

 

  1. What am I not allowed to include in the video?

You may not use copyrighted material in your video, and you may not use explicit/disturbing/offensive visuals or language. Mulat Pinoy reserves the right to disqualify any entries that are offensive to common decency.

 

  1. What qualifies as copyrighted material?

Copyrighted material is any visual or audio material that is part of the registered branding and/or intellectual property of an individual or institution. A basic rule is that if something is already credited to someone or something, you may not pass it off as your own. For example, you may not use a pop song as background music for your video. However, you may use royalty-free music or music that you have composed yourself.

This extends to images and videos available on the Internet. Be mindful of the content you acquire, as it may already be copyrighted.

 

  1. Am I allowed to discuss religious or political perspectives?

Yes, you may.

 

  1. What are the criteria for judging?

The panel of judges will shortlist entries based on creativity, visual impact, clarity of message, and social relevance. The final winners will be determined solely by public votes on the website and through SMS voting.

 

  1. What are the prizes up for grabs?

The prizes are currently being finalized with our partners and sponsors. Click here to read more.

 

  1. Where can I find all the contest rules and mechanics?

They are listed here.

 

  1. Where can we view the entries once they’re uploaded?

All submissions will be uploaded to Mulat Pinoy’s We Are RH YouTube channel. The shortlisted finalists will also be showcased on the Mulat Pinoy website.

 

  1. How will I know if my video has been selected to be one of the finalists?

If you are selected as a finalist, you will be contacted by Mulat Pinoy via the email addresses and telephone numbers provided on your application form.

 

  1. What kind of video production should be submitted?

Any kind of video production style is allowed: public service announcements, documentaries, testimonials, man-on-the-street interviews, music videos, avant-garde art videos, fictional films, typography videos, narrated slide shows, et cetera. Just make sure that the video stays within the prescribed time limit.

 

  1. From what fields will the judges be coming?

The panel of judges is currently composed of:

  • Clodualdo Del Mundo, PhD, DLSU
  • Marie Jamora
  • Joaquin Valdes
  • Rolando Tolentino, PhD, UP-CMC
  • Alvin Yapan
  • Pauline Mangilog-Saltarin
  • Dr. Josefina Natividad, UPPI

Profiles for the judges may be found here.

 

  1. How can the public vote for their favorite videos?

Once the shortlisted finalists are announced, voting will be opened on the Mulat Pinoy website. A one-hour special will be aired on ANC towards the end of October for the finalists; during that time, SMS voting will also be available as a voting option.

 

  1. Whom do I contact if I have further questions?

Send an email to weareRH@mulatpinoy.ph, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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