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    Entries are now open!

    Fancy yourself a filmmaker? Think you can match Shaun Tan in the animation stakes? Want to show off your skills as a videogame developer? Then get ready to enter this year's Screen It competition for your chance to create something amazing and win some awesome prizes!

    Submit Your Entry

    This year, we're accepting entries via YouTube and Dropbox.

    If you've created an Animated Film or Live Action Film (Categories 1, 2, 4, or 5), you need to submit your entry via YouTube.

    > Download our How to Enter Your Screen It Film instruction guide

    If you've created a Videogame (Categories 3 and 6), you need to submit your entry via Dropbox.

    > Download our How to Enter Your Screen It Videogame instruction guide

    Once you've uploaded your work, please complete our online entry form*.

    Screen It 2014 entries open on Friday 29 August 2014 at 4pm and close at 5pm on Friday 12 September 2014.

    *If you're submitting more than 5 entries or having any issues uploading your work please contact


    What is Screen It?

    A national moving image competition for primary and secondary students, Screen It is designed to encourage and foster the next generation of young moving image makers.

    This year, we're celebrating Screen It's 10th Birthday! To help us mark this special occasion, we're asking entrants to create works responding to the theme:


    There are many ways to consider the concept of reflection. Why is reflection important? What do we reflect upon? How is reflection symbolised in films and videogames?

    We want you to think (and reflect) about this theme and make it your own using digital media. Your work can be in the form of an animation, live action film or videogame. The winning entries will be the ones judged most innovative, exciting and individual. There are some great prizes to be won, so start brainstorming!

    Entry Categories

    Primary School

    • Animated Film
    • Live Action Film
    • Videogame

    Secondary School

    • Animated Film
    • Live Action Film
    • Videogame

    An overall best school entry is awarded in addition to awards for each primary and secondary category.

    Haven't Registered Yet?

    Register now online to receive Screen It materials. Registration is free and ensures you receive all our Screen It updates, including access to comprehensive online resources and interactive production tools to assist you with your entry.

    Continue to check this page for additional Screen It resources and updates.

    For further information please email

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