About the 1-Minute Film Competition
The 1-Minute Film Competition is an initiative of Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM) and ClickView. It provides Australian and New Zealand primary and secondary–school students with the opportunity to make a 60-second short film or animation, and win fantastic prizes in the process.
The theme for this year’s competition is Tomorrow.
The four first-place prizes include $500 in cash.
For more information, read the competition rules here.
Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM) is an independent, not-for-profit, professional association that has been promoting the study of media and screen literacy for nearly fifty years. The membership of ATOM includes teachers and lecturers from across all subject disciplines at all levels of education. The membership also includes media industry personnel, a range of media and education organisations and, increasingly, the general public interested in screen literacy and the media.
For more information, visit www.metromagazine.com.au.
ClickView makes video learning easy.
With different mobile devices, learning platforms and billions of videos available on sharing websites, getting the right video in front of your students can be challenging. ClickView has been focusing on one simple idea: making it easy for teachers to find and share curriculum-relevant videos with their students. ClickView’s BYOD-friendly video platform combined with their Curriculum Libraries will help your school embrace video learning.
For more information, visit www.clickview.com.au.