screen it 2007 winners announced
In an awards ceremony this morning we announced the winners of Screen It, ACMI's national moving image competition for primary and secondary school students.
Winners: William Erasmus & Keith Squire, Wantirna College
Entrants were invited to submit a moving image work in categories including film, games and animation incorporating this year's signature item - a remote control.
Each work was judged by a panel of industry experts according to criteria such as creative merit, technical difficulty and stylistic elements.
And the winners are...
| Animation (Primary)
|| Woodleigh School|
| Live action (Primary)
|| Dulwich Hill Public School|
| Game (Primary)
|| Jaan Raadik, Ringwood Heights Primary School|
| Mobile phone (Secondary)
|| Aadil Choudry, Glenunga International High School|
| Game (Secondary)
|| Rhys McLennan, Bright P-12 College|
| Machinima (Secondary)
|| William Erasmus & Keith Squire, Wantirna College|
The winning students receive cash prizes and their works are exhibited in the Memory Grid and Games Lab, two of ACMI's unique exhibition spaces.
ACMI began the Screen It competition in 2004, as part of its commitment to exploring and developing moving image and screen culture. "Screen It is a fun and stimulating way of engaging students with the moving image while teaching them the creative and technical processes that are at work" Brett McLennan, ACMI Screen Education Manager.
Congratulations to all the finalists for their inspiring entries.
Watch and play the winning entries here.
Published Friday, 8 February 2008