NAB launches short film contest

Entries will be received from September 12 to October 30

Our Correspondent September 12, 2018
PHOTO: Reuters


The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has launched an anti-corruption short films competition for media houses aimed at creating awareness among the masses about the adverse effects of corruption.

Media Houses, producers and writers belonging to Balochistan can take part in the competition. Those clinching first, second and third positions will get cash prizes.

Those willing to participate in the contest are required to submit their entries to the NAB Balochistan besides emailing a copy of their work to [email protected]

Entries will be received from September 12 to October 30. The entries will be judged by a jury on the basis of international indicators and standards set for short films.

Screening of the selected films will be held in the last week of November 2018 in the presence of prominent artistes of the country. Winners will get cash prizes on the World Anti-Corruption Day on December 9.


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