Videos for Change 2017 Entries Closed
Thank you for everyone who has submitted an entry. We are now reviewing all the entries but check back here soon for updates on the top 10.
How to Enter
This is a team based competition for students in Years 7 to 10. Your team can have up to six members and each team should nominate a team leader. It is expected that there will be more than one entry/team from each school but each person can only be in one team. It doesn't matter if you are addressing the same social issue as other teams but your video will need to be unique.
Your video must be 1 minute. Please note that Network TEN may then edit the winning entry further to create a broadcast-quality version that goes to air.
Your video should use original material wherever possible and/or have the appropriate permissions to use any other material included. We've put together some useful copyright free sites for you on our Videos for Change resources page.
All final entries for judging will then need to be submitted by Sunday 17 September for shortlisting to a national top 10. Please email your completed entry forms to firstname.lastname@example.org and then upload your final video here. The final winner is expected to be announced by late October.
Full Terms and Conditions can be downloaded here.
Please fill in the following forms and return them as soon as possible to successfully complete your entry:
- Team Entry Form - Completed by your Team Leader
- Individual Student Form - One per team member
- Talent Release Forms – One for each person that is not a member of your group who features in your film. Must be submitted with your final video entry by Sunday September 17
Click on the button below to download the entry forms:
Any questions? Drop us an email at email@example.com
Check out last years winning entry from the team at Diamond Valley College in Melbourne, who were featured on The Project and interviewed by Gold Logie winner and host Waleed Aly. Their video reached over a million people!
Get some creative inspiration from some of our top entries
Check them out here
How to Make a Great Video
There is an art to making an inspiring video that will capture your audience’s attention and motivate them to act. We’ve put together some resources to ensure that you have all of the tools you need to succeed!
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We are extremely grateful to Network Ten for their amazing support of the Videos for Change Challenge.