Film By Invitation
Congratulations to our winners!
- Reveal the winners
Winner – Jannali East Public School – The Trash Tyrant
Runner up – St John's Park High School – The Odd One Out
Highly commended – Bourke Street Public School – Babyzilla
Encouragement – Bexhill Public School – The Late House
Encouragement – Marrickville West Public School – Inner West Insights
The Film By Invitation festival shines a spotlight on a thoughtfully curated collection of exceptional films carefully selected from a pool of more than 360 submissions from talented students participating in various statewide local festivals. These festivals include Film By City, Sea, Vines, Eucalypts, Pasture, Online, Northern Rivers and Hospital School.
We were delighted to host Dr. Phil Lambert, the founder of 'Making Movies' in the Sydney Region, along with senior departmental officers and sponsors, for this remarkable occasion.
Film By Invitation films will be showcased in a digital display from mid-December to enjoy again!
|Film By the Sea||Jannali East Public School||The Trash Tyrant|
|Film By the Eucalypts||Springwood Public School||Chicken Show|
|Film By the Sea||Kurnell Public School||Every Little Bit Counts|
|Film By the Vines||Mount View High School||Home|
|Film By the City||Marrickville West Public School||Inner West Insights|
|Film By the Northern Rivers||Corndale Public School||The Potions|
|Film By the Vines||Ellalong Public School||The Really, Really Horrible Weird Doughnut|
|Film By the Sea||Caringbah Public School||The Class Who Wouldn't Eat Their Vegetables|
|Film By the Northern Rivers||Caniaba Public School||Flutter|
|Film By the Eucalypts||Lawson Public School||The Chocolate Thief|
|Film By the Northern Rivers||Alstonville Public School||6 Hours, 6 Kids|
|Film By Online||Marsden High School||Tagged|
|Film By the Northern Rivers||Bexhill Public School||The Late House|
|Film By the Northern Rivers||Oakhill Drive Public School||The Greedy Men|
|Film By the Pastures||St John's Park High School||The Stolen Recipe|
|Film By the Hospital School||Hospital School at Westmead||Empowering Learners Where They Are At|
|Film By the City||Undercliff Public School||Staying Alive|
|Film By the Eucalypts||Leura Public School||Spot|
|Film By Online||Mount Annan Public School||The Talent Show|
|Film By Online||Karangi Public School||The 'Lost' Lunchbox|
|Film By the Pastures||St John's Park High School||The Odd One Out|
|Film By the City||Bourke Street Public School||Babyzilla|
About Film By Invitation
A ‘best of the best’ film festival hosted by The Arts Unit.
The festival is a showcase supported by Lights, camera, action! a filmmaking resource produced by The Arts Unit, for students and teachers to learn the basics of filmmaking and how to produce their own film.
Applications are by nomination through participating in a local Film By event.
For schools that do not have access to a local Film By festival, The Arts Unit will host Film By Online and any schools wishing to be part of the Film By Invitation are encouraged to submit their film to Film By Online.
In order to be selected for Film By Invitation you must submit your film to one of the following festivals:
- Film By The Sea (Southern Sydney)
- Film By the City (City Metro)
- Film By the Vines (Hunter Valley)
- Film By the Eucalypts (Blue Mountains)
- Film By Online (accepting all entries across NSW)
- Film By the Hospital (Westmead Hospital School).
- Film By the Pasture (metro South and West)
All films are to be G rated and under 3.5 minutes. Films will be assessed by an invited panel against the following rubric criteria.