Go Green Film Festival 2019 Details>>
We are looking for moving, funny, or thought-provoking films that celebrate this year's theme “Saving our Species”
How long should my film be?
Maximum length of films is 3 minutes including opening titles and credits.
When is it due?
Submissions are due by 22nd of October 2019.
Go Green Student Film Festival proudly accepts entries on FilmFreeway, the world's #1 way to enter film festivals and creative contests.
Age Group Categories
Category A - 5-12 years of age
Category B - 13-18 years of age Category C - 18-25 years of age
First prize will be open to all categories, while a second prize will be awarded to each category.
Shortlisted films for winning a prize will be notified via email by 2 November. There will be a film screening event of shortlisted films on Saturday 9 November at Rahamim Ecology Centre, Bathurst.
First Prize is $100 cash for Australian entries and $100 worth of Environmental Books for International entries.
Second Prize for both category A and category B is $30 worth of iTunes vouchers.
People’s Choice Award is a little encouragement award that shall remain a surprise.
Do I have to live in NSW or Australia?
No! Entries are open to anyone, anywhere in the world.
We will be screening the shortlisted films on you tube as well as at Rahamim and people can vote for their favourite film as part of the peoples’ choice award.
My class made a film for a school project. Can I submit that film to the festival?
Absolutely! We welcome films made by individuals, groups or a whole class.
What sort of film should I make?
You can make your film in any style or medium that suits you, as long as it fits within this year's theme 'Saving our Species'. Be sure to make it creative, fun and inspiring to watch.
It’s both a Juried Prize and a People’s Choice Award. The festival coordinators will make an initial shortlist of films to screen online and at the festival screening. All decisions will be final.
If you are an educator who would love your students to enter but don’t have time to create a program that will assist them to do so…
Why not invite an educator from Rahamim Ecology Centre to present a one day workshop on Documentary Film Making?
In this workshop your students will learn all the skills needed to start their film making journey. The workshop covers researching a topic, story-boards, basic camera skills and video editing. If your school can provide the equipment, we can provide the workshop that will help your students make their very own award-winning film.
Workshops available during Term 2 & 3 2019, in NSW and Victoria.
Contact Rahamim Ecology Centre today for more information or visit https://filmfreeway.com/GoGreenStudentFilmFestival