Interested in film making and social justice? This competition is for you!
Watch this video to hear The [Y] Project talk about the Inspiracy film comp
The Inspiracy Social Justice Youth Film Competition is a collaborative project of the [Y] Project and Adamstown Arts.
From pollution to racism; gender inequality to homelessness; or mental health to refugees: fuel your creativity into creating a loud and proud short film to share your beliefs about the big bad and beautiful world we live in!
Awards & film screening
There will be 3 cash awards given for the best films submitted – first place $500, second place $300, and third place $200. Award winners will be announced at 8pm at the Inspiracy Opening Night Thursday 17 May 2018, with a premiere screening of their films. These films will also be shared to Inspiracy’s facebook.
Judges for the film competition include:
- Georgia Sensational you-tube video blogger.
- Rod Pattenden Art historian and social justice advocate.
- Kris Smith Photographer and University lecturer.
You’re eligible to get involved if you’re between the ages of 12 – 20.
FILM SUBMISSION DEADLINE 30 APRIL 2018. ENTRIES NOW CLOSED.
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Film comp judges
Kris Smith is a conjoint lecturer in the School of Creative Industries, Faculty of Education and Arts at the University of Newcastle. This role follows on from a professional career as a practicing artist in the fields of photography, multimedia, graphic design, painting, printmaking and project-based community arts practice. As an art practitioner his photographic
Rev Dr Rod Pattenden is a curator, Theologian and Art Historian interested in the connection between spirituality and the arts. He has written widely contributing to key publications on the work of a number of leading Australian artists as well as developing a number of innovative exhibitions and installation projects. Rod is minister of Adamstown