The BYU Ballard Center Changemaker Film Competition invites BYU students and BYU alumni to tell the stories of solving social problems. Enlighten us with your fresh ideas, exciting solutions, or what you have learned regarding social issues like poverty alleviation, human trafficking, social justice, educational reform, food security, refugees, etc. Excellent films can win part of $8,000 in cash prizes! Submissions are due Monday October 1, 2018. Please visit for more information and registration. At you can find details for producing films, judging criteria, deadlines, connecting with organizations, and more. The BYU Changemaker Film Competition, held in conjunction with the Peery Film Festival, is hosted by the BYU Ballard Center and sponsored by the Peery Social Entrepreneurship program. The best submissions will be screened during the Peery Film festival October 17-19, 2018 in the Wilkinson Center on the BYU Provo campus. For more information, please call the Ballard Center at 801-422-5283 or email Rose Palmer ( (This opportunity is not for credit and not for pay, but participants have the potential to win monetary prizes for excellent films)

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