The My Story, My Content Short Film competition is on again. Presented by the Intellectual Property Awareness Foundation (IPAF) and Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM), My Story, My Content invites students to make a 60-second short film that celebrates Australian screen creativity, with great prizes up for grabs.
The theme for 2014 is: ‘Movies … Make a Difference’. This statement, or a version of it, must appear as a spoken line or a caption or in some other way within each submitted film. Entries can be in any genre style, or a combination of genres, and must be no longer than 60 seconds.
The competition is only open to students of primary or secondary schooling age (ages 4–19) or students enrolled at a tertiary institution or equivalent (university, TAFE or private film school) during 2014. All entrants must be Australian or New Zealand residents. Each film may only be submitted once, although entrants may submit multiple entries. All entries submitted must have been made specifically for the 2014 My Story, My Content Short Film Competition. All entries must have been completed between 11 February 2014 and 8 August 2014. Entries close at 5:00pm on 8 August, 2014.
For more information, to view the finalist films from the 2013 competition or to submit your entry, click here.
The Intellectual Property Awareness Foundation (IPAF) promotes screen copyright by conducting research, creating consumer awareness campaigns and producing educational programs and resources for Australian secondary schools.
Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM) is an independent, not-for-profit, professional association that has been promoting the study of media and screen literacy for nearly fifty years. The membership of ATOM includes teachers and lecturers from across all subject disciplines at all levels of education, media industry personnel, a range of media and education organisations and members of the general public interested in the media.