Triple Screen Showings for YOOFTube Finalists
Filmmakers of the future
Screens in Merimbula, Narooma and Batemans Bay will light up on Monday 7 September for screenings of the finalists of the 2015 YOOFTube competition.
The finalists are Famous in a Week by Vincent Edwards and Thomas Gardner, Tuross Head; Spoken by Lucca Paijmans, Jake Whyman and Hamish Bailey, Tathra; Sam Bailey – Artist by Lucca Paijmans, Tathra; What You’ve Always Known by Georgia Brian of Pambula Beach; Illusion by Jared Tucker, Tura Beach; LLDD by Rhys Davies of Bega; Isolated by Sam Delle Vergin and William Hassan of Mirador; Pepidemi Mondiale (The Worldwide Epidemic) by the Eden Marine High School Year 10 French Class; The Assistant’s Mistake by Anna Auer, Zach Hooker, Alicia Munt and Lisa Bond, Pambula; Daydreaming by Allie Pierce, Malua Bay; The South Coast with Two Mates by Lachlan Callender, Bodalla; Virus by James Hines, Jindabyne and Hold On by Samantha Sly, Narooma.
The Picture Show Man Cinema, Merimbula, Bay City Cinema, Batemans Bay and The Kinema in Narooma are actively supporting young filmmakers in the region by offering to simultaneously screen a selection of finalists’ films on their big screens.
All films are the equivalent of a PG rating or below. You are advised that youth issues such as suicide, depression and bullying may be addressed by some films.
Founding YOOFTube patron, Jamie Shaw is once gain offering the J.D. Shaw $1,000 prize for Best Film and the $500 prize for Best Film in the Under 15 years age category. Jamie has supported YOOF Tube for the past four years and is delighted that the competition now stretches across the whole region – creating wider opportunity for youth with a passion for film.
South East Arts, in conjunction with J.D. Shaw, is also offering the SEA Screen $500 prize for Best Music Video for an original composition.
YOOF Tube has been supported again this year by both the Eurobodalla and Bega Valley Shire Councils, each offering prizes in various categories for youth keen to make a film in their shire.
Industry professionals from ABC Open, Gooseboy Productions and Oh’Allmhurain Films are also offering prizes in the form of exclusive workshops and learning opportunities. These workshops offer youth a real chance to build foundation skills in screen acting, film and digital media with professional guidance.
South East Arts expects YOOF Tube will play a pivotal role in the development of future screen industry professionals in the region that is building its reputation as a major filmmaking area. A screen strategy for the region was launched in July.
More details on how to book here
Please note that South East Arts reserves the right to show or not show any short films it chooses. Not all films submitted were eligible for an award.
With South East Arts