International Public Health Film Competition 2024 – open for submissions

 ‘AI and Public Health’

The International Public Health Film Competition (IPHFC) aims to showcase the work of amateur and professionals film-makers documenting contemporary stories about public health from around the world.

  As the world looks back on the pandemic and forward to tackling new public health challenges in the post-pandemic world, AI (Artificial Intelligence) is fast becoming an issue relevant to ensuring the health and psychological well-being of the public.

  Thus for the theme of the 2024 edition of the International Public Health Film Competition, we’re looking for films that investigate themes on health and psychological well-being, especially those about AI and its interface with health, public health films made using AI or otherwise related to AI and public health.

  There are many definitions of health and wellbeing, therefore we accept film submissions addressing health from a broad perspective, as well as exploring specific health issues. We are particularly interested in films offering innovative and diverse perspectives on health which can act as a stimulus for new collaborations between public health and the film makers. Films submissions are not limited to any particular geographic location, culture or disease.

The films of any length (preferably under 60 minutes) and genre will be considered for the competition. We accept films that have been shown on the Internet or presented in an international motion picture event.

Submissions to the competition are FREE and winning entries will be screened as part of the 6th Public Health Film Festival in December 2024.

For further details and to enter your film, click on the icon below

Entries must be submitted no later than 1st September 2024 We cannot accept any entries received after this date.

(Our previous judging criteria can be viewed by clicking here)