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  • Screen It

    The 2016 Competition

    Entries are now open and again this year we’re accepting your entries online via YouTube and Dropbox. You have until 5pm (AEST) 19 September to enter your fabulous films and great games.

    If you have created an animation or live action film you’ll need to submit your entry via YouTube. If you are entering a videogame, please submit it via Dropbox. For schools submitting 5 or more productions (you must be entering 5 or more), there is an option to post your works to Screen It on a USB drive.

    This process is designed to be as easy and as accessible as possible. Please click on the relevant instruction manual below. If you have any issues uploading your work please contact screenit@acmi.net.au

    How to enter your animation or live action film
    Download PDF [679 KB]

    How to enter your videogame
    Download PDF [328 KB]

    How to enter 5 or more entries (All Categories)
    Download PDF [239 KB]

    Once you’ve uploaded your files to the appropriate platform, continue to the online entry form.

    Click here to go to the Entry Form

     

    What is Screen It?

    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!

    Every year, hundreds of students across the nation enter Screen It – ACMI’s epic moving image competition for Primary and Secondary school students. Screen It is designed to educate, encourage and foster the next generation of young moving image makers. It’s fun and, best of all, it’s free!

    Videoconferences and Resources

    To find out more about the theme and entry categories, check out our Screen It videoconferences.

    Download the Screen It Interactive Gateway for a comprehensive guide to the competition.

    Download the Screen It 2016 Theme Kit - Mystery.

    Download the Screen It 2016 Production Resource Kit.

    Entry Categories

    This year entry categories have changed. We have now divided the judging across three age groupings, instead of Primary and Secondary, to make it fairer. You need to be enrolled as a student in one of the years below in 2016 to be eligible.

    Foundation to Year 4

    • Animated Film
    • Live Action Film
    • Videogame

    Year 5 to Year 8

    • Animated Film
    • Live Action Film
    • Videogame

    Year 9 to Year 12

    • Animated Film
    • Live Action Film
    • Videogame
    An overall best school entry is awarded in addition to awards for each primary and secondary category.

    Bajo and Hex’s Top Tips for Game Makers

    Bajo and Hex's Top Tips for Game Makers

    ABC TV's Good Game and Good Game Spawn Point presenters Bajo and Hex list their top 5 tips for making a good game.

    Screen It 2015 Winners and Finalists

    Congratulations to last year's Screen It Winners and Screen It Finalists! A huge thank you to all who entered.

    Questions?

    Please contact screenit@acmi.net.au.

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