Ursula Frayne wins 1-Minute Film Competition

09 November 2017

Congratulations to two Ursula Frayne students who have taken out first prize in the lower secondary category of the 1-Minute Film competition.

The 1-Minute Film Competition is an initiative of Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM) and ClickView. It provides Australian and New Zealand primary and secondary school students with the opportunity to make a 60-second short film or animation, and win fantastic prizes in the process.

The theme for this year’s competition was Tomorrow. There were four categories: Lower Primary, Upper Primary, Lower Secondary and Upper Secondary. Two students from Ursula Frayne Catholic College, Martin Phan and Connor Hamilton, were selected as finalists in the Lower Secondary category with their short film entitled ‘Past Present Future’. On Wednesday October 25, the film was announced as the winner for the Lower Secondary category. Martin and Connor flew to Melbourne for the awards ceremony and received $500 cash.

Their film can be viewed at http://1-minutefilmcompetition.org/2017-lower-secondary-entry/past-present-future/

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