Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
Posted in Events by Kate Archdeacon on September 10th, 2010
|15 November , 2010|
Are you aged 25 or under and want to win some great cash and prizes? The Future Shots Sustainability Film Challenge is now open. For the second year running, Future Shots invites all young Victorians to create a short film of under three minutes addressing the theme of sustainability.
You could film a drama, documentary, animation, music video, advertisement, a blend of these, or even a new genre altogether! All you have to remember is to stick to the Future Shots theme of ‘sustainability’. You might even like to make a film with one of our major prize entry categories in mind: ‘water-smart cities‘, ‘waste-free Victoria‘ or ‘smart energy‘. There are over $9000 in cash and prizes to win across 10 categories, so all young Victorians – whether you’re 5 or 25 – have a great chance of being in the running.
This year’s film entry deadline is November 15 so now’s the time to start conjuring, storyboarding and filming your best ideas.
Visit the Future Shots website for more information.
Posted in Events by shortcourses on July 14th, 2009
The Australian film industry’s interest in environmental issues has manifested as ‘green’ content on our screens and in the environmental activism and philanthropy of filmmakers off screen, but little has been done to address the often significant environmental impact of the production process. Open Channel’s Sustainable Filmmaking course aims to highlight the real impacts of film and television production and to provide participants with simple, cost-effective means to reduce the environmental footprint of their next production.