The NCFF is an annual event produced by the Australian Association of Campus Activities Inc. (AACA), in conjunction with local student activities, events, marketing or student services staff.
Categories for 2013 are:
- Short film ( max 8 mins including credits)
- Music Clip ( max 4mins including credits)
- Experimental ( max 4 mins including credits)
- People’s Choice Award
In the column to the right, you can download basic information about film writing, shooting and editing and see examples of past NCFF winners.
2013 NCFF Prizes
Winner of the Short Film Category (max 8 mins) receives $1000 cash prize
Winner of the Experimental Category (max 4mins) receives $750 cash prize
Winner of the Music Clip Category (max 4 mins) receives $750 cash prize
Winner of the People’s Choice Award receives $500 cash prize
People’s Choice Award Voting
Voting for this year’s People’s Choice Award has changed from previous years.
To vote you must get a 2013 NCFF Voting Form from you university or tafe Activities Office. One vote per person ONLY.
- Voting for the 2013 NCFF People’s Choice Award will open on Monday 2nd September 2013 and close on Friday 6th September 2013.
- Completed 2013 NCFF People’s Choice Award Voting Forms must be dropped off in person to your university or tafe Activities Office by the deadline stated.
The 2013 NCFF entry with the most votes wins!
2013 NCFF National Final Screening
The 2013 NCFF National Final screening and announcement of winners and presentations will be held at the Star Court Theatre, Lismore NSW.
Entry is free and all welcome!