The 31 July deadline for entries to the 2009 SLIC YouTube short film competition is fast approaching, giving landscape students just under 10 days to win £500.

Calling all budding Spielbergs

All you need to do is create a film no more than three minutes long, and 100MB in size, outlining how landscape architects, managers or scientists can fight climate change. Be as broad as you like – you may wish to show something happening right now or in 30 years time and you can use any medium; animation, film, stop motion and so on.

To enter, upload your film onto YouTube or Talking Landscape under the heading “How a Landscape Architect Can Save the World” and then email the link to stevec@landscapeinstitute.org

The winner will receive £500 and will be featured in various LI publications; the two runners up will receive £100. The closing date for entries is the 31 July 2009, entries will be judged by SLIC and winners will be announced in early August.

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