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Green Flicks Illawarra short film competition

Green Flicks GREEN SCREEN was held on Thursday 26 October 2017.
Thank you to all who entered Green Flicks Illawarra 2017.


Congratulations once again to all the winners and everyone who entered Green Flicks this year!

The following Awards were presented on the night:

Winner: People's Choice Award

Harry Vincent for 'Nature Calls'

Winner: 18-24 Age Group Category

Harry Vincent for 'Nature Calls'

Highly Commended: 18-24 Age Group Category

Breah Heinrich and Tom Wilkinson for 'Changing Perspectives'

Winner: 15-17 Age Group Category

Opal Russell for 'It's not easy being green'

Highly Commended: 15-17 Age Group Category

Emily Stratten, Alex Wunsch , Jake Reeves, Abbey Robinson, Riley Core, Avalon Robb, Inaia Janssens and Hannah Billett for 'Global Summit'

Winner: 12-14 Age Group Category

Dylan Reid, Riley Love, Thomas Folino-Gallo. Ethan Debsieh and Ethan Hoess for 'Water Wasting Is Bad'

Highly Commended: 12-14 Age Group Category

Molly Chapman for 'Change – My Story'

Winner: Schools Participation Prize

St. Joseph's Catholic High School in Albion Park

These films are available for viewing on the Green Flicks Illawarra People's Choice Vote 2017 page.

All film entries will be available shortly on this webpage for viewing.

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For further information about the competition or event, please email rog.illawarra@environment.nsw.gov.au or call the Green Flicks Project Team on 02 4224 4168.

View Green Flicks films from 2016

Page last updated: 02 November 2017