Al Gore To Pay $100,000 For Short-Film About Tolerance Or Something

Current TV, Al Gore‘s year-old Web TV net, has launched a contest for aspiring auteurs to create short-form videos about tolerance.

Via the release:

San Francisco — Believing in the transformational power of moving images — and equally moving stories — Current TV is challenging its viewer contributors to create short videos that address the issues of tolerance and understanding diversity with the launch of its “Seeds of Tolerance” initiative.

The judges who will be forced to tolerate these submissions?

Crash director Paul Haggis, Edward Norton, Melissa Etheridge and Margaret Cho. Of course.

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