Now in its third year, the awards are designed to showcase, reward and recognise high quality short films which are directly linked or inspired by arts and humanities research.
There are two new awards for 2017, including the International Development Award and the Doctoral Student or Best Early Career Film, with the latter celebrating the best films made by arts and humanities researchers at the start of their careers. The Inspiration Award, which is open to members of the public, is also back by popular demand.
The full list of categories can be seen below:
- Best Research Film of the Year
- Best Doctoral or Early Career Film
- International Development Award: Mobilising Global Voices
- Innovation Award
- Inspiration Award (public category)
You can read the full announcement about RIFA 2017 on the AHRC website along with further information such as the Call Guidance.
Entries will be accepted up until the closing date of Thursday 6th July (4pm) with the shortlist announced in September.
For further inform
ation about this competition, please contact Julie Venis.