PLURAL+ 2011

On 10 November, the PLURAL+ 2011 Youth Video Festival Awards Ceremony was held at The Paley Center for Media in New York City. A special thank you from the PLURAL+ 2011 Team and the Partner Organizations to all the young media makers who participated in PLURAL+ 2011. Your videos are powerful, inspiring and show remarkable talent and commitment to building a more inclusive and cohesive world.

Watch the PLURAL+ 2011 Award Ceremony!

PLURAL+ Awards ceremony program PDF

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The PLURAL+ Award Winning Videos

The Moving Of Rosa Dao (2:20 min, Italy, by students of Scuola de’ll infanzia municipale Borgo Crocetta, Torino and Anna Torazza and Mariagrazia Destefanis of Laboratorio Immagine 2)
PLURAL+ International Jury Award (9-12 age cat.)
PLURAL+ Chinh India Award
Educational Guidelines: English | Spanish

We Are All Different (4:00 min, Canada, by Jordan Somani)
PLURAL+ International Jury Award (9-12 age cat.)
Educational Guidelines: English | Spanish

Out Of Many, One (1:31 min, USA, by Walden Davis)
PLURAL+ International Jury Award (13-17 age cat.)
PLURAL+ UNTV Award
PLURAL+ UNESCO Igualada Association Award
Educational Guidelines: English | Spanish

Gift (2:00 min, Malaysia, by Pang Jia Wei, Ryan Tan Chuan Min and the Tunku Abdul Rahman College)
PLURAL+ International Jury Award (18-25 age cat.)
PLURAL+ UNESCO Igualada Association Award
PLURAL+ Gülen Institute Award
Educational Guidelines: English | Spanish

The New Portuguese (5:00 min, Portugal, by Nuno Alves, Malam Sissé, David Varela and André Silva with T. Fernandes, N. Torres and S. M. Marques)
PLURAL+ Paley Center for Media Education Award

How The Poor Became Rich 4:59 min, Slovenia, by Oskar Težak, Tina Fekonja, Vito Vidovič Bintchende)
PLURAL+ Balkan Award

Wish (4:52 min, China, by Liu Wenfeng , Yi Cunyu and Zhang Nan)
PLURAL+ UNTV Award
PLURAL+ Royal Commission of Jordan Award

Exile Song (4:20 min, Brazil, by Douglas Lisboa)
PLURAL+ Scalabrini International Migration Network Award

Kidz 4 Kidz (4:50 min, Kenya, by the Wafalme Crew)
PLURAL+ Barcelona Forum of Cultures Award
PLURAL+ UNESCO Igualada Association Award

Our Hood (5:00 min, Kenya, by the Wafalme Crew)
PLURAL+ Global Block Award

Migration (2:47 min, Germany, by Lea Dienhart)
PLURAL+ Gülen Institute Award

Life In Music (5:00 min, Kenya, by the Wafalme Crew)
PLURAL+ Roots and Routes Award

You’ve Got A Place – Big Bro Rap (4:59 min, Hungary, by Kristóf Dömötör, Rajmund Váradi, Geza Seres, Peter Zavada, Regina Seres, Pal Berki, Kriszta Bodis and Attila Seres)
PLURAL+ Global Block Award

We All Are Foreigners (1:54 min, Luxembourg, by Céline Offermans)
PLURAL+ Nexos Alianza, un esfuerzo colectivo Award

Say Hi To Pencil! (4:53 min, Vietnam, by Thanh Huynh and Phuong Anh Pham)
PLURAL+ UNTV Award

I Am Quiaqueña (1:00 min, Argentina, by Fundación Kine, Marcela Mamani, Santos Flores,
Jesica Mamani, Natalia Dionicio and Lorena Carrillo)
PLURAL+ Scalabrini International Migration Network Award

Between Us Two (3:07 min, Israel, by Eli Rezik)
PLURAL+ Paley Center for Media Education Award

The World We Want (3:24 min, Mexico, by the 4th grade students of IPPLIAP, Lina Anahí Solis and Eloisa Pérez)
PLURAL+ UNESCO Igualada Association Award

Belong (5:00 min, Finland, by Saila Huusko)
PLURAL+ Anna Lindh Foundation Award

We Are All One 2:50 min, Colombia, by Laura Arias Gómez, Sebastián Echavarría López and Sara Palacio Garcés )
PLURAL+ Global Block Award

Faith In London (3:00 min, UK, by Tariq Chowdhury)
PLURAL+ BaKaFORUM Award
PLURAL+ SIGNIS Award
PLURAL+ COPEAM Award

I Believe (4:16 min, Canada, by Chris Royle, Ronan MacParland and Zoe Gordon )
PLURAL+ Turkish Cultural Center New York “Friendship Award”

Black To Yellow (3:11 min, UK, by Chris Lamontagne)
PLURAL+ Roots and Routes Award
PLURAL+ Scalabrini International Migration Network