Submissions must be created by or feature people from marginalized communities, such as people of color and ethnic, gender and religious minorities, Lgbtq people, veterans and people with disabilities. Entrants will produce and shoot a film up to 40 minutes long, and self-publish it to Prime Video where U.S. subscribers can view the submissions. Submissions open April 8.
A panel of judges from Amazon Studios, Prime Video and IMDb will judge the top performing titles based on customer engagement.
“At Amazon Studios, we are looking for passionate storytellers who reflect and represent all backgrounds, specifically so that we can share their experiences and stories. We created this opportunity because we wanted a way for underrepresented voices to be heard,” said Latasha Gillespie,