When it comes to getting a point across, videos are one of the most effective forms of communication. By hosting the LifeFirst Video Contest, we hope to shift attitudes back to a respect for life on YouTube and social media.
The LifeFirst Video Contest is open to any student or amateur filmmaker ages 15-25. Participants must be a resident of Montgomery, Harris, Grimes, Walker, Liberty, Waller, San Jacinto or Fort Bend county. Films should be 30 seconds to 3 minutes in length and must affirm in some way the year’s given topic. Each submission is judged on creativity, uniqueness, adherence to contest rules and overall appeal. Visit our rules for more information.
2020 Topic: Why Laws Need to Protect Innocent Human Life
Video submissions must focus exclusively on abortion, euthanasia, infanticide or denial of medical care to the handicapped or infirm. Submissions that do not adhere to this requirement may be disqualified. LifeFirst awards cash prizes to first through third place.