I entered my Google Maps Video with the inventor Noel Gordon into a video competition called V-Fest. After looking at the time limit of 6 minutes, I was turned off because my video is 10 minutes, but as I rewatched the video I realised that there were some scenes in the video which I was able to cut out and I would still have a great video. The video was shortened for the competition and I was informed I was one of the finalists. It was a great night and had loads of fun! A big congratulations to everyone who was shortlisted and especially to 1st and 2nd place!!
It was a great night and amazing to see how different my video was up on a big screen. A big congratulations to everyone who was shortlisted and especially to 1st and 2nd place!!
Winners – Juniors
1st: ELEVATOR PARADIGM – Melissa Q. (North Sydney Girls High School)
2nd: PUPPETEERS – Zack Lewin (Blakehurst High School)
3rd: GOOGLE MAPS – Ruby Cogan (St Vincent’s College)
Winners – Seniors
1st: FALLING BUT IN RISING – Tom Doyle (Barker College)
2nd: HALCYON – Lewis Clark (Rose Bay Secondary School)
3rd: DREAMS THAT STAY WITH YOU AFTER YOU WAKE – Anais Adolphe (Burwood Girls High School)
V-Fest is a short film competition run by Rosebay Secondary College for kids in year 7-12. If you want to enter here is a link to their website and this is their facebook page!
V-Fest – a Sydney annual student short film competition
Created in 1999 by Deborah Cave (17th year)
There are 3 winners in each section:
– Junior section: Years 7-10
– Senior section: Years 11-12
Hundreds of entries come each year from schools throughout Sydney.