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#NOBEL4ISS Equal Space Challenge had 
129 submissions from 33 countries. 
The challenge's committee then narrowed it down to the "Final Four."

View Their Submissions:
"NOBEL4ISS" by Sanchali Pothuru
"The World As One" by Guilherme Somensato and Mate Magy
"#NOBEL4ISS Equal Space Challenge" by Tim Gerstner 
"Nobel for ISS" by Daniel Sanchez Perez

Please feel free to share these filmmakers' messages far and wide! They are ALL winners, each helping to contribute to the #NOBEL4ISS grassroots movement to see the International Space Station receive the long overdue Nobel Peace Prize
Thanks to the incredible hard work and donated time from the EIPMA Equal Space Challenge Committee, we were able to secure generous donations from AVID and Harman. Each finalist will walk away with AKG and AVID merchandise, and thanks to James Lebenthal and Space Games, the winner will also receive a cash reward of $1000. 

A big shout-out to the team at Vaughan Film Festival for their guidance and help not only with the challenge but with the 9 Art of Filmmaking Webinars. Hosted by Educator Sara Hills, each webinar is filled with PSA and filmmaking advice from a panel of entertainment business experts. If you missed any, you can catch up at the #NOBEL4ISS Equal Space Challenge Vimeo Channel.

Now, the challenge is entering its final phase of judging. Over the next couple of weeks, a group of entertainment, space and sports expert judges including:
will carefully review the FINAL FOUR submissions to select the winner.
Be sure to stay tuned for the announcement of the winner and, in the meantime, join the continued effort to get the International Space Station the recognition it deserves. #NOBEL4ISS
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