Is this your big break?
WA Police and CCCSF are offering you the chance to have YOUR story developed into a professional interactive film!
The lucky winner will have the chance to work with WA film pros from the WA Screen Academy and share in a prize pool worth more than $5000!
All you have to do is register and submit a short film (under two minutes in length) that explores an aspect of the negative affect of alcohol and drugs on youth mental health. Entries will be judged and shortlisted by a panel of communications industry professionals, with students also able to vote for their favourite finalist via Facebook.
The winning person or group receives:
A JB HiFi voucher worth $2400.
The chance to be an Executive Producer with the professionals at ECU WA Screen Academy to see their film made and launched online!
Register - A teacher at your school or a leader at your community group must register you/your group so they can become our contact point and support you during the application process. To enter, you need to be aged 12-18 years and be attending a WA secondary school in 2017. You can enter as an individual or as part of a group with up to three members. Registration closes 8 May, 2017.
Develop your idea - Watch our current films, explore the topic of alcohol, drugs and youth mental health and get creative in producing your film. Read more about what is involved and how to develop your idea in the application pack.
Submit - Return to this website where you will upload or link to your application. Your application will consist of your film and a few short answer questions where you explain how your film addresses the topic. The deadline for submission is now extended to Sunday 11 June 2017 at midnight. A 24 hour grace period will apply.
The competition is proudly supported by nib Foundation and Lion's Drug Education Foundation.