The SLIC’s (Student Landscape Institute Council) brief is to create a film no more than three minutes long outlining how landscape architects, managers or scientists can make the landscape work for us. Students can look at anything from urban regeneration, changing use of rural landscapes or how to mitigate climate change and are encouraged to be as broad in scope as possible, they may wish to show something happening right now or in 30 years time and you can use any medium; animation, film, stop motion, etc.
The competition is open to any student studying on an LI accredited or EFLA recognised course.
To enter, students simply upload their film onto YouTube under the heading “How Landscape can work for us” and then email the link here.
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 May 2009, entries will be judged by SLIC and winners will be announced in early June.
Examples of previous winners can be found here.