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Concours Virtuel competitive submissions (Grades 6-12) are now closed! That said, we are keeping the submission form open until June 30th, 2020 - we will continue to make a $10 donation to Food Banks Canada for each valid submission. These "late" submissions will not be judged, but will support Food Banks Canada in their important work as they help Canadians all across the country affected by COVID-19. Thank you for participating in Concours Virtuel!
Welcome to the Submission form for the 2020 Concours Virtuel - Ensemble à distance: "Ton expérience face au virus"
How to submit: Upload your video to an online platform such as Youtube, Vimeo, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Then, copy the link to your entry video and paste it into the submission form. After submissions close on May 2nd, 2020, the judges will use the link to find and view your video submission.
Please read the following instructions carefully before submitting your entry:
All entries must be submitted by
11:59pm PDT on
Saturday, May 2nd, 2020
All video entries must be presented entirely in French.
Entries do not have to be speeches, but should demonstrate the participant’s ability to speak in French, and should include full sentences.
Entries are encouraged to be creative. Video editing and music is allowed, if you have the capabilities.
Entries must be 1-3 minutes long, with at least one (1) minute of French speaking.
Each participant may submit one (1) entry to the competition. If a participant submits more than one entry, only the most recent submission will be considered.
All entries must be accessible via the link provided in the submission form, and remain accessible at the time of judging. If your entry cannot be accessed via the provided link at the time of judging, it will not be considered in the contest.
For students who do not wish their videos to be public, but who would still like to participate, we recommend using Youtube or Vimeo as a hosting platform. Both allow videos to be privately shared through links – that way the judges can still count them in the contest! For more instructions on how to do this for Youtube, click here. For Vimeo instructions, click here.
For students who do not wish their videos to be public, but who would still like to participate, we recommend using Youtube or Vimeo as a hosting platform. Both allow videos to be privately shared through links – that way the judges can still count them in the contest! For more instructions on how to do this for
Youtube, click here
Vimeo instructions, click here
For any other questions regarding participation in the Concours Virtuel, please thoroughly read all information on the contest webpage (bc-yk.cpf.ca/concoursvirtuel/), including the FAQ tab, which will be updated as questions are asked.
If you still do not find an answer to your question, please contact Robin Holm at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 778-329-9115 ext. 317, or 1-800-665-1222.