The European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP) promotes the improvement, organization and enlightened practice of animal production by scientific research, the application of science and co-operation between the national animal production organisations, scientists and practitioners of member countries.

In the occasion of the 73rd Annual Meeting, EAAP gives an opportunity for the application of new ideas in practice through many parallel sessions, a plenary meeting, poster presentations, and discussions about scientific achievements in livestock production all around the world.

The 73rd EAAP Annual Meeting will take place in Porto on September 5th-9th 2022.

This time, the scientific event will be enriched by some short movies that might be played during the Annual Meeting and on the EAAP website and social media.

The winning short movies will be presented at the 73rd EAAP Annual Meeting reaching around 1200 in person participants (stakeholders from the animal science field) and will be inserted also on the EAAP website and social media, giving great visibility to the works. The biographies and further information on the movie directors will be also presented on the EAAP website, social media and newsletter (4000+ readers).

The works allowed in this contest must strictly refer to the following topics: animal breeding, livestock farming, animal science.

All submitted works will be reviewed by the EAAP Secretariat, which, at its sole discretion, will select, in an adequate number of winning works that might be screened in public during the Annual Meeting and on multiple EAAP dissemination channels.

The selection of the winning works will be communicated through the "FilmFreeway" platform by the "notification date" indicated on the page reserved for the 73rd EAAP Annual Meeting. Following the notification of selection, the works cannot be withdrawn from the competition. Selected works will make themselves available to the number of public screenings required by the Annual Meeting.

The EAAP Secretariat is not obliged to provide explanations regarding the criteria for inclusion or exclusion of works submitted to its attention.