The Video Contest is open annually to any student or amateur film maker ages 15-25 yrs old who is a resident of Montgomery, Harris, Grimes, Walker, Liberty, Waller or San Jacinto counties. The film can be from 30 seconds to 3 minutes in length. Each film must affirm in some way―even indirectly:
“Why laws need to protect innocent human life.”
1st Place = $1000 2nd Place = $500 3rd Place = $250
Students may further submit their entries to the National Right to Life Video Contest.
MCRTL began the Video Contest because we recognized the importance of having a strong message for life on YouTube and throughout social media. These videos do just that!
This is the 5th year that MCRTL has sponsored the Video Contest. Three out of the already concluded four contest years, MCRTL students have gone on to win the national contest! You can be the next!
Please print and share our flyer!
2016 Video Contest Winners Announced ~ Congratulations Elizabeth Riddell on 1st Place!
This year’s contest was extremely close. Only 6 points separated the First through Fourth place finishers! MCRTL debuted the winning video by Elizabeth Riddell at the Dinner for Life. Please watch it below. We also have the second, third and fourth place videos available on MCRTL’s YouTube Channel.
Elizabeth Riddell – First Place with ‘Will You?’
Matthew Cole – Second Place with ‘Choose Life’
Emily Rogers – Third Place with ‘The Truth about Being Pro-Life’
Savannah Rumpel – Honorable Mention with ‘Purpose’
Announcing 2015 Video Contest Winners ~ Sean Brenon Wins 1st Place!
The 2nd annual Video Contest has concluded. MCRTL began the Video Contest because we recognized the importance of having a strong message for life on YouTube and throughout social media. These videos do just that!
The winning video by Sean Brenon was debuted at the Dinner for Life, March 21.
3rd Place – Courtney Cantu
Congratulations to all our participants!
This spring Montgomery County Right to Life awarded $1,000 to Christian Quincena as the winner in our 1st annual Pro-Life Video Contest.
The winners were as follows:
1st Place – Christian Quincena (with Daisy Baez and Jeremiah Velasco)
2nd Place – Savannah Rumpel
3rd Place – Kaylie King
Christian’s video also won the National Right to Life Video Contest. His film was shown at the National Right to Life Convention held June 26-28 in Louisville, KY. and will also be entered in the Lifefest Film Festival in Hollywood, Ca.