Ready to Roll, Camera and Action?

Published: 08th October 2015 05:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th October 2015 05:53 AM   |  A+A-


Young filmmakers from schools across the country, who are interested in making short films, now have a chance to prove their talent on the national stage and earn the chance to win a study trip to universities in Australia. Organised by Cambridge English Language Assessment – a department of the University of Cambridge – and the Australian Trade Commission in India, the competition is sponsored by four Australian varsities – Bond University, Charles Darwin University, Curtin University and James Cook University. 

This platform will facilitate school students across India to compete with students globally. The students will also be trained on professional movie making skills.

The teams should make a three-minute video on themes such as social entrepreneurship, creative animation, marine sciences and robotics and upload their entries to YouTube and submit the link to compete. Students cannot register for this competition independently. Their schools need to register on www.a2oz.organd enter the students’ names for them to become eligible to participate.

Registration for the competition commences on 7 October, 2015 and the entries can  be submitted between 15 December 2015 and 15 January 2016.

Competition roadshows and webinars

Technical sessions on video production will be conducted for schools and students across India to help the students with their entries. These workshops, which will be held between 26 October and 5 November will feature Australian experts who will train the students on filmmaking and production.


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