Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Bullying. No Way! & Screen It 2013 moving image competition

Contact: The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)
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Location: Australia-wide
Date of Event: Entries open now                     Closing Date: Friday 13 September

Intended Audience: Students aged 5 to 18 years - individuals & groups

Calling all filmmakers, animators and videogame makers

Entries are now open for Screen It 2013, Australia's largest moving image competition for primary and secondary students.

The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) Screen It 2013 Competition, proudly supported by Bullying. No Way!, is encouraging school students aged 5-18 to produce a film, animation or videogame that explores what it means to CONNECT.

Screen It is a national competition designed to encourage and foster the next generation of young moving image makers and is open to all primary school students aged five to 12 years, and secondary school students aged 13 to 18 years.

Entries can be from individuals or teams with the winners judged by expert panels from around Australia.

As part of the ongoing partnership between Bullying. No Way! and Screen It, this year's competition once again includes the Bullying. No Way! Awards for the best primary and best secondary school entry that addresses bullying and how it relates to connectedness.

Registration is free and students and teachers receive access to online resources, interactive production tools and Screen It updates. Download the Screen It 2013 Teacher Resource Kit to help you develop and execute your creation.

Entries close 5pm, Friday 13 September. More information is available on the Screen It website or go direct to the competition registration page.