posted 28/3/2014 by Women in STEM
All entries must be original works by local filmmakers and can be submitted on an individual or group basis. The Short Circuit Film Competition has a prize pool of $25,000 including a $10,000 cash prize for the overall winner, with separate cash prizes for the best film submitted by a young person (including students) and a People’s Choice award for the most voted for entry.
Energy efficiency can mean:
Note: It does NOT mean alternative energy creation such as solar panels or wind power.
Community premises can be:
This project is jointly funded by the City of Charles Sturt and the Commonwealth Government, through its Community Energy Efficiency Program (CEEP).
For more information, including eligibility criteria head to http://www.charlessturt.sa.gov.au/shortcircuit
Entries must conform to Terms and Conditions, be accompanied by an Entry Form and must be received no later than 5pm Monday 4 August 2014
Voting for the People’s Choice award will be held on-line commencing on 18 August 2014 and will close on 31 August 2014