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Two young men making a video

Video Contest for High School Students 2022 Application Form

You will need one set of application forms for each video you want to submit. The video can be created by a single eligible student or a team of (up to six) eligible students.

The application form for one video will consist of

  1. The cover form — listing the title of the video and the names and birthdates of everyone on the team (namely, those who will share dollars and/or glory of any prize awarded), and contact info (emails/phones) for at least two members of the team — and the names and birthdates of all “bit parts” and “featured extras” whose releases are attached
  2. Individual release forms — each team member listed on the cover form must complete the interactive form, print and sign it, and scan it so it can be connected to the cover form.
    • If they are under 18, a parent must also sign agreement
  3. Release forms for anyone acting a “bit part” or “featured extra”*
    • If they are under 18, a parent must also sign agreement for the video to be posted

All parts of the set of application forms for a single video must give the same title for the video and be sent in the same email requesting the Drop-Box link.

Before sending the application, please check that every team member’s form is completely filled in and all “bit parts” and “featured extras” have signed releases.

  • A bit part has lines or a few scenes but is not a member of the “team” submitting the video
  • A Featured extra has no lines but may have a name or receive good screen time, e.g., a waiter at the lead’s table who doesn’t speak.
  • Emails and cell phones will be guarded by the selection committee and used only for our League members to reach out to students as needed.

    Cover Form for Voting Video Contest - Step 1 of 3

    Full Name of Each Team Member

    Names and Birthdates of anyone (not named above) in “bit parts” or “featured extras”


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The League of Women Voters of Port Washington-Manhasset, a strictly non-partisan political organization, does not support or oppose any political party or candidate. Its mission is to engage and educate voters, to promote political responsibility through informed and active participation in government, and to act on selected governmental issues after study, deliberation, and consensus. Our Voting Services team organizes these forums as part of our local, state, and national priority of “Making Democracy Work.”  
Visit LWV Port Washington/Manhasset website by clicking on our logo (upper right)

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The League of Women Voters of Port Washington-Manhasset, a strictly non-partisan political organization, does not support or oppose any political party or candidate. Its mission is to engage and educate voters, to promote political responsibility through informed and active participation in government, and to act on selected governmental issues after study, deliberation, and consensus. Our Voting Services team organizes these forums as part of our local, state, and national priority of “Making Democracy Work.” Visit LWV Port Washington/Manhasset website by clicking on our logo (above right).

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