Thursday, 30 May 2013

"Everybody's Welcome Here" - secondary school film competition

Contact: Eamonn Pollard, Justice Action Network Coordinator
P: 6279 4090 E:

Date of Event: 26 July 2013

Intended Audience: Teachers - All.

Short Description: The Justice Action Network are running a short film competition based around the theme "Everybody's Welcome Here". The competition is open to all secondary students (Grade 7-12).

Be part of the Justice Action Network's initiative to promote antidiscrimination.

Make a short film, up to three minutes in length to submit for competition. To be eligible, films need to include in some way, the slogan, "Everybody's Welcome Here" and be in digital format. You could apply the anti‐discrimination message to your school setting, Tasmania or Australia.

Style could include anything from animation to black and white silent or narrative. Content including music needs to be copyright‐free.

There are three entry categories: Years 7 & 8; Years 9 & 10; Years 11 & 12. There will be a public screening of successful films in late August and will be presented at Justice Action Network colleges.

Entries close 26 July 2013.

Details about the screening, judging, prizes and submission of  works will be out shortly. Get busy!