Friday, 9 July 2010

Screen it | Film making and game design Competition

Registrations are now open for Screen It, the national competition for school aged filmmakers  run annually by the Australian Centre for the Moving Image.

As well as  filmmaking, students get to strut their game design skills in the Computer Games category.  There is a large range of software available for making video games. Some popular free software includes Yoyo Game Maker, Adobe Flash and 3D Game Maker. 


The competition is open to anyone enrolled in primary or secondary education and students can enter through their school or independently. Entries can be live-action films, computer games or animations, but must incorporate the theme of The Environment:Who Cares?.   

Registration is completely free and is accessible online at  www.acmi.net.au/screenit 
For inspiration, check out last years winners http://www.acmi.net.au/video_kids.htm
Entries close on Friday 17 September, 2010

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