The 2015 Childnet Competition has just been launched! The competition organisers are inviting all primary and secondary schools, as well as youth organisations, across the UK to enter the challenge, which is to create a short film about Internet safety.
Schools that create the successful entries will be invited to London to watch their film being shown on the big screen at London’s BFI Southbank. They will also win a fantastic prize for their school!
The primary school competition challenge from the organisers this year is:
“We challenge you to create a 60 second film to tell us:
A good online friend is someone who…”
Primary school pupils need to create a 60 second film giving their answer to the above challenge. The judges are looking for creative, imaginative films which reflect a positive and inspiring message.
Deadline for entries: Friday 12th June. Teachers and youth leaders MUST submit entries on behalf of all participants with completed media consent forms included, all this information is available in the Downloadable Resource Pack.
Shortlisted finalists will then be invited to a private screening at London’s BFI on Monday 13th July, where the winners in all categories will be revealed by our judging panel.
All shortlisted finalists will be notified on Friday 19th June 2015.
Top Film Making Tips
Top tips on film making can be found on the site too – this could be very useful as a teacher resource to keep for other video projects.