Film as dream, film as music. No art passes our conscience in the way film does, and goes directly to our feelings, deep down into the dark rooms of our souls.
― Ingmar Bergman


The creative competition EATSA ARTLAB is an integral part of the EATSA Art & Tourism Film Festival and open to the participation of students, lecturers, professors and researchers from worldwide Universities and Polytechnic Institutes.

The main goals of the competition are to:

• Foster cultural and creative expression through film;

• Promote audiovisual productions whose content is aligned with at least one of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) advocated by the UN;

• Contribute to the adoption of good social, business, and institutional practices in any of the above-mentioned areas;

• Promote the regeneration of the tourism industry through sustainability-driven models and practices;

• Bridge the gap between research and working industries.

COMPETITIVE SECTIONS

EDUCATIONAL

Videos produced in the 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 academic years, in academic learning context, as part of a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral programme.

RESEARCH

Videos produced in the context of field studies or as the final output of research programs.

INTERNSHIP

Videos produced in the context of coursework internships (bachelor’s or master’s degree).

THEMES

The thematic categories eligible under the EATSA ARTLAB competition are the same as those for the EATSA Art & Tourism Film Festival and cover the following 10 areas:

Arts & Creativity

Music & Dance

Culture & Heritage

Sports & Leisure

Social Issues

Environment & Ecology

Innovation in Tourism

Sustainable Tourism Issues

Tourism Destinations

Tourism Services

Tourism Products

FORMATS

• Commercials (up to 1’) • Promotional Videos (up to 3’) • Animation Films • Short Documentaries (up to 15’) • WebDocs

PRIZES

• Screening of the film at the EATSA Art & Tourism Film Festival and at other related and subsequent events hosted (or co-hosted) by the organisation.

• Posting of their film at the EATSA Art & Tourism Film Festival website.

• Invitation to integrate the jury panel of the 2022 EATSA Art & Tourism Film Festival.

• Screening of the film at the EATSA Art & Tourism Film Festival and at other related and subsequent events hosted (or co-hosted) by the organisation.

• Submission of the film to a selection of 20 International Festivals (within the film’s thematic alignment), with payment of related fees.


Yanki HartijastI | EATSA ARTLAB AMBASSADOR

Yanki is Assistant Professor of Management at the Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia. She earned an MBA degree from the University of the Philippines and a Masters in Science and a Doctorate in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Universitas Indonesia. After fifteen years of professional experience in various industries as a Human Resources practitioner, she decided to take the plunge into the academic world. Since 2010, she has been invited to share her knowledge and disseminate her research findings in Asia and Europe, which focuses on leadership, cultural values, human resources management, and cyber behaviour among multi-generational employees and travellers.

The first step – especially for young people with energy and drive and talent, but not money – the first step to controlling your world is to control your culture. To model and demonstrate the kind of world you demand to live in. To write the books. Make the music. Shoot the films. Paint the art.
― Chuck Palahniuk

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