NZ Police Be Safe, Feel Safe Film Festival
The NZ Police are inviting Auckland students to share their stories through film, on how they “be safe and feel safe” to help the NZ Police connect, engage with and influence others.
The prize for best film in the senior category is $2500 to the film maker(s) and $2500 to their school.
In the junior category the prize for best film is $1000 to the film maker(s) and $4000 to their school.
This film festival is organised by the Auckland City District Police and proudly supported by Westpac.
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The NZ Police needs you to tell them your stories on how you, as young people, can be safe and feel safe.
The story the film tells must be around a theme related to:
Think about how the NZ Police can improve people’s safety and what story you could tell to influence this.
The films should be under 5 minutes long with around three minutes being the optimal length.
Police cannot assist with Police staff, uniforms or vehicles to assist in any filming.
To be eligible for entry your film must meet the following criteria:
1) Be no longer than 5 minutes
2) Be about “be safe feel safe” and focus on one of the following themes
3) Contain all the compulsory elements required which are:
“Safer Communities Together”
“Be Safe, Feel Safe”
The rest of the film making and contents is all up to your own creativity.
Choose your own actors, props, costumes, music and method of filming. Unfortunately, Police cannot assist with staff, police uniforms or vehicles in any way.
This can be filmed using any equipment or simply on a Phone. There is no set budget and this is your chance to create something incredible.