The Sgp prize – also known as the Stockholm Junior Water Prize – is a competition that recognizes and rewards young people who have conducted projects or activities related to water. The competition is open to people from all over the world who have developed personal interests and have been pursuing academic study in the field of water.
The competition is open to people between the ages of 15-20 years old and is administered by the Stockholm International Water Institute. It is intended to promote awareness of issues that relate to water in both the global and local arenas.
To enter the competition, applicants must have conducted a project or activity that has made a significant impact in the field of water. The winning entries are judged by a panel of experts.
In addition to an award of SGD 5,000, winners will receive an engraved plaque and handmade blue crystal sculpture. The prize is sponsored by Hewlett-Packard, Trosa Tryckeri, People Travel Group, Halebop and Hertz.
Interested parties should submit their entry via email. It should include details about their proposed projects and their goals for achieving the prize. The judges will also consider the level of participation and the quality of the submissions, as well as the degree to which the projects address the overall theme of the prize.
As a result, the Sgp prize has become an important part of the Singapore Film Festival’s program and is awarded to a variety of works including short films, features, documentaries, animations and animated children’s books. Previously, the prize has been awarded to films such as 12 Years a Slave, The Grand Budapest Hotel and The Shape of Water.
The Sgp prize has been a popular choice for audiences since its inception. Having the prize available at such a reasonable price has helped attract a wide range of participants and ensured that there is a good selection of works to choose from each year.
This year’s winner, Caleb Liow Jia Le, is a Singaporean who has worked on projects related to water. He received the prize on October 25th.
He is a graduate of the National University of Singapore (NUS). His work is focused on social issues, such as the environmental and water-related issues that affect him and the people around him.
His work has been recognized by the United Nations, the EU and other international organizations. His winning submission, “Please Bear with Me,” has been shown at a number of festivals.
Aside from the prize itself, he will also be invited to attend the award ceremony and take part in a workshop with experts on water-related topics. He will also be provided with a SGD $5,000 travel grant and an official certificate of recognition.
In addition to the Sgp prize, the Singapore Film Festival has several other prizes, including a fellowship prize for a promising young director and a cash prize for the best script. The Singapore Film Foundation also awards a cash prize to the most promising Southeast Asian filmmaker at the festival’s industry-facing film lab.