YES! i am the CHANGE (YIAC) is the flagship program of YES FOUNDATION. Launched in 2013, YES! i am the CHANGE is a nationwide mindset transformation program to inculcate the value of responsible citizenship amongst youth through the impactful medium of films.
In 2015, YES! i am the CHANGE emerged as the World’s Largest Social Film Movement with participation of over 5 lakh individuals from 2,500 cities and towns across India.
As part of YIAC 101-Hour Social Filmmaking Challenge, participants make 3-minute short films on social causes which form an open repository of invaluable communication resources for the use of Non-Profits. Most importantly, the process of participation and exposure to various social causes leads to the inner transformation of the youth, builds association with causes and makes them agents of social change.
YIAC 101-Hour Social Filmmaking Challenge 2016 :
|Categories||Participants||Eligibility||Registration deadline||Date of Challenge|
|Student||Students||School and College Students|
(Above 13 years)
13 – 17
|Corporate and Non-Profit employees (volunteers and interns are also eligible)||Professionals working in Corporates and|
9 – 13
|Open||All individuals||All individuals||September 27||October|
1 – 5
To participate, please follow these simple steps:
1) Form a team
2) Register HERE
3) On the first day of the filmmaking challenge, you will receive two topics at 6.00 a.m. via email
4) Select ONE topic to make a film
5) In the next 101 hours, script, shoot, edit and upload your film
6)For queries, write to us at email@example.com
or call the helpline +917533008990 between 10am & 7pm
To know more about the process of participation CLICK HERE
Participation is free
You can participate in multiple categories
Winning teams will receive total cash prizes worth INR 85 lakh
This year, to further social impact and engage more youth with social causes, YES! i am the CHANGE will also have a special 101-Hour Social Photostory Challenge in November-December, where individuals will narrate stories of change through 5 photographs on social causes.