Call for Movie (Movie Challenge)

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS


 

The movies will be presented during a specific session.

  • The movies will be judged by a vote. The winner will gain an official diploma and a prize.
  • The result of the competition will be announced during the Saturday lunch, November 28th
  • The topic of the movie: must cover an ENT diagnostic or surgical endoscopic procedure.
  • Maximum duration of the whole presentation: 11 minutes (including the presentation of the case, the movie and the discussion)
  • Video format accepted: MOV (please ensure that the videos are visible with VLC Mediaplayer)
  • If the Movie is presented through a Powerpoint Presentation (Microsoft Office), the video file must be also available separately from the presentation
  • The speakers using a special typeface from internet will have to provide the installation file
  • The comments can be done : in live and simultaneously by the author or incorporated into the movie, in English language (the author is responsible for the quality of the sound) or in subtitling (in English language exclusively)
  • No presentation or video will be accepted using the personal computers of the speakers or the chairmen

 

THE AUTHORS WILL NEED:


 

  • To go to the welcome desk and will be acompanied to the preview room to bring their presentation to the technical staff through an external media (USB key, external hard drive).
  • At least 30 minutes before the beginning of the session planned at 8 :30 am or the day before the Movie Challenge

Please make sure that all the instructions are followed and that all the videos are working properly.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATIONS FOR MACINTOSH COMPUTER USERS :


 

  • If the Movie is presented through a Powerpoin presentation, use a  common police like Arial, Times New Roman (in case of a police from internet, please provide the specific links for the presentation)
  • Use the JPG format to insert pictures (and not PNG or TIF)
  • Use a common movie format as MOV (the video must be visible on VLC MediaPlayer)

 


 

DEADLINE FOR ON-LINE SUBMISSION: 2015 October 20th

 THE MOVIE CHALLENGE IS FULL 


 

LEGAL NOTICES


 

  • By submitting his movie to the meeting, the author declares to be responsible for it, to possess all the rights or to have had the agreement of his author for a presentation in the Movie Challenge
  • The organizing committee of the meeting declares to accept the movie to compete after acceptance of the informations given by the author in the submission form. The contents of the movie will not beforehand have been displayed by the organizers of the congress nor the Presidents of the Movie Challenge and must not have been already presented on Internet.
  • The anonymity of the patients appearing in the movie must be respected.
  • The author of the movie must be registered for the meeting.
  • The author of the movie will have to be present at least 2 hours before the beginning of the session. 

 

 

JUDGEMENT CRITERIA


 

  • The respect of the duration of the whole presentation (whole duration: 11 minutes)
  • The quality of the video
  • The quality of the author's comments
  • The educational feature of the movie for a well-known or an innovative technique

 

SELECTED MOVIES IN THE MOVIE CHALLENGE


 

   

      Jury: A. Giovanni (France), E. Reyt (France), A. Rivas (USA)


 

  • Movie 1. Transcanal Endoscopic Approach for attic Cholesteatoma
     by M. Fina (Minneapolis, USA)                      
      
  • Movie 2. Bloodless and stichless complete removal of cholesteatoma

     by SA. Husain (Bhopal, India)

  • Movie 3. Transcanal endoscopic opening of mastoid antrum by pituitary bone punch 

     by S. Sheikh (Chittagong, Bangladesh)

  • Movie 4. Transcanal endoscopic infracochlear approach for petrous apex cholesterol granuloma     

     by B. Isaacson (Dallas, USA)

  • Movie 5. Make your own straw model facial Nerve

    by D. Vijayagovindarajan (Vellore, India)

  • Movie 6. Endoscopic thyroidectomy. An axillary breast approach

    by N. Veerasigamani (Chennai, India)

  • Movie 7. Multi instrument manipulation of salivary duct stenosis with a stone   

     by J. Kolenda (Toronto, Canada)

  • Movie 8. Endoscopic surgical management of large ruptured suprasellar dermoid cyst

     by SK. Gurunathan (Chennai, India)

  • Movie 9. Endoscopic removal of an intraorbital tumour – A vital surprise

    by H. Stammberger (Graz, Austria)

  • Movie 10. Endoscopic transcribriform approaches 

    by V. Felix (Trivandrum, India)

  • Movie 11. Transpterygoid approach to Meckel's cave   

     by Ph. Herman (Paris, France)

 

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