ACMI presents

Screen It: the winners!

Scroll to content

You've all really put the judging panel through their paces this year! After many lively discussions, our esteemed judging panel have awarded the following winners and special mentions. View and play the winners 


Junior Animation (Foundation to Year 4)

Spending Time Wisely; Essex Heights Primary School, Mount Waverley, VIC

Special mentions
Night-time; Table Cape Primary School, Wynyard, TAS
Late!; Ascham School, Edgecliff, NSW

Junior Live Action (Foundation to Year 4)

Back in My Day…; St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School, Noble Park, VIC

Special mentions
To Dream; James T, Berry, NSW
Time After Time; Maya S, Point Cook, VIC

Junior Video Game (Foundation to Year 4)

Busting for the Present; Gladesville Public School, Gladesville, NSW


Special mention:

Time Under Sea; Darlington Public School, Chippendale, NSW

Middle Animation (Year 5 – Year 8)

Anastasia emit; Table Cape Primary School, Wynyard, TAS

Special mention
Sina and the Eel; Doveton College, Doveton, VIC

Middle Live Action (Year 5 – Year 8)

Losing Time; Lily L, Narre Warren North, VIC

Special mentions
Pirateology; Ryan T, Berry, NSW
Missing; Footscray Primary School, Footscray, VIC

Middle Video Game (Year 5 – Year 8)

The Terrific Tale of Tortoise The Tiny Time Turning Turtle; Doreen Primary School, Doreen, VIC


Senior Animation (Year 9 – Year 12)

Dawn of the Cheese; The Essington School, Nightcliff, NT

Special mention
Child’s Play; Huntingtower College, Mount Waverley, VIC

Senior Live Action (Year 9 – Year 12)

Impermanence; North Sydney Girls’ High School, Crows Nest, NSW

Special mention
Daisy’s Pickle; St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School, Karrinyup, WA

Senior Video Game (Year 9 – Year 12)

An Aspie Life; Bradley H, Mansfield, QLD


Special mention

Murder at the Dinner Table; Jarod T, Salisbury East, SA

All finalists and winners are invited to the Screen It Awards Gala on November 17 at ACMI in Melbourne.


Screen It resources

More info

Screen It 2016 Winners

More info

What schools say

“Screen It was a fantastic opportunity for kids involving the whole school…it’s really powerful for students to see their stuff online.”

James Quilty, Laburnum Primary School

“Screen It is great for the life of the school.”

St Augustine’s Primary School

2016 Screen It winners and participants in the ACMI Lightwell