Congratulations to the winners of the 2013 NESCent Evolution Video Contest!
NESCent’s Third Annual Evolution Film Festival/Video Contest was held on Sunday, June 23rd at the Evolution 2013 conference in Snowbird, UT. We once again received lots of terrific entries which were screened during the Film Festival and voted on by the audience. This year’s winner was “Why Do Slave Ants Kill Slavemakers?” by Pleuni Pennings of Stanford University. This year’s runner-up was “Darwin’s Theories“, submitted by Celia Secades of the Elesapiens website. (All of this year’s entries can be viewed by clicking on “2013 Entries” at the top of this screen.)
The first place winner will receive a $1,000 travel award and the runner-up will receive a $500 travel award to a future conference of their choice.
It’s not too soon to start working on your entry to the 2014 NESCent Evolution Video Contest! We hope to see you (and screen your submission) at the Evolution 2014 conference in Raleigh, NC!
Thanks to all who submitted videos to this year’s Film Festival!