Calling all budding movie makers in Schools ? Primary and Secondary.
What you need - your favourite movie, 60 seconds and a video camera
This is your chance of fame to STAR in your favourite movie scene
Easy as STARS TV
S ixty Seconds or less
T eam of up to 4 cast and crew
A cting out your favourite scene
R ecord your scene on video
S end your video to Youtube.com.au
T ell STARStv and your friends
V iew on STARStv.com.au
All entries will be posted on STARStv.com.au with the winners contacted and
announced on 30th July, 2020. Results will be announced on the website.
The TOP TEN will be notified with Gold, Silver and Bronze STARS
awarded to Primary and Secondary School entries. The closing date is 27st July, 2020 after plenty of opportunity during School Holidays and Term 3 to STAR in your film.
The Judging Panel are:
Lindsey Veasey - Aeon Films, Sydney
David Dickson - David Dickson Photography
Tony Nesbitt - Creative Arts Director, Sydney Olympic Park
Aden Imhof - Aden Imhof Media - AIM
Entries will be judged on the following criteria:
Re enactment of a positive movie scene produced after 2010 ?
*Communication *Facial Expressions *Props *Relationships
*Stage Work *Timing *Storytelling.
Enquiries: Director - Andrew Hill info@STARStv.com.au
Some Videos that have been re enacted.
Pitch Perfect: Bella’s Finale.
Wreck It Ralph, “Hero’s Duty”. I
Madagascar, “I Like To Move It”.
The Wizard Of Oz, “I’m Melting”.
Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory, “The Oompa Loompa Song”.
Star Wars and other episodes.
OZ Jet Boating are sponsors of this competition and they will be providing some great prizes.
Kids experience different types of drama such as improvisation, movement, mime, story telling, readers theatre, puppetry, mask, video drama and playbuilding. These are referred to as ‘forms’.
Kids develop knowledge, skills and understanding in making drama collaboratively by taking on roles and creating imagined situations.
The development of kids’ knowledge, skills and understanding is shaped by the elements of drama (dramatic tension, contrast, symbol, time, space, focus and mood), and in performing drama by actively engaging in drama forms.
Kids also develop their knowledge, skills and understanding in appreciating their own dramatic works and those of others