An open call is out for people across the country to share their perspectives on migraines. It’s for a short film competition called Migraine Moments, sponsored by the American Migraine Foundation. The goal: To convey the pain and burden migraine headaches inflict on thousands of people, but also the triumphs in finding relief and help from innovative treatments and headache specialists.
Entries, which are due by April 1, 2016, can be any sort of original video you’d like to create:
- music video
- performance art
- interpretive dance
… whatever feels like the best way for you to convey your experience with migraine. Be as creative as you like, as long as the video is no longer than five minutes.
Entries will be judged by members of the American Headache Society’s electronic media committee and board of directors.
The first place winner will receive $2,500 and a trip to San Diego to present their work at the American Headache Society’s meeting on Friday, June 10, 2016.
The second place winner will receive $1,000 and the third place prize is $500. Winning entries will also be promoted on social media and AMF’s website.
Check AMF’s website for the Migraine Moments official contest rules and entry form.
To learn more, please watch the video below: