CApture Film Festival
CApture Film Festival is a celebration of creativity and inspiration designed to spotlight students' remarkable talents in Years 9, 10, and 11. Our festival is not just about showcasing films; it's about nurturing the future of storytelling through the power of the lens.
About the CApture Film Festival
CApture Film Festival is a showcase supported by the NSW Department of Education’s CApture filmmaking resource. The interactive resource supports students to produce their own short films as they are guided by interviews from award-winning industry experts, real-world short film examples and engaging activities.
Submitted films from Years 9, 10 and 11 students are between 3 and 5 minutes in duration, include the signature item ‘window' and adhere to the guidelines of a G-rated film.
The inaugural CApture Film Festival took place at Hoyts Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park on Tuesday 14 November at 7 pm. Senior departmental officers, sponsors and the creators of the CApture filmmaking resource were present for this remarkable occasion.
Congratulations to our CApture 2023 winners!
- Reveal the winners
Winner – Delirium – North Sydney Girls High School
Runner up – Terracotta Friends – Winmalee High School
Highly commended – The Libretto – Cherrybrook Technology High School
People’s choice – Shut Out – North Sydney Girls High School
CApture festival films will be showcased in a digital display from mid-December to enjoy again!
|Chatswood High School||Late for School|
|Newtown High School of the Performing Arts||Mocha Madness|
|North Sydney Girls High School||Shut Out|
|Cherrybrook Technology High School||The Libretto|
|Sydney Girls High School||Girl/Friend|
|Lindfield Learning Village||Brunch|
|Ryde Secondary College||Elizabeth's Headphones|
|Tempe High School||Amateur Interrogation|
|Newtown High School of the Performing Arts||Look Up|
|North Sydney Girls High School||Delirium|
|Cherrybrook Technology High School||Clear Mind|
|Marsden High School||The New Kid|
|Winmalee High School||Terracotta Friends|