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Young people from throughout the world participate in the Showing Film Awards

The Showing Film Awards isn't a typical film contest. The competition specifically aims to get young people from throughout the world to promote understanding of universal human values through video. ; Participants from more than 25 countries and 60 universities have submitted entries displaying their creative chops. They were known as the Kerygma Awards until now. This year, there is a new name and a new challenge: the entries should focus on loyalty and human friendship. Hundreds of young people have already submitted their cinematic vision. The winner will take home $6,000. The runners-up win $1,000 and $500. Prizes will be awarded at the end of April, during a gala in Madrid, Spain. MPI/ATO Showing Film Awards SV -PR Up:GRT