Though close neighbours, Australians and Indonesians know little about each other. But we also know that Australians and Indonesians want to get to know each other better and that we share a great sense of humour and passion for creativity.Established in 2016 and held annually since, ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition and Festival seeks to raise awareness and improve understanding between the peoples of both countries.It offers a platform for Australians and Indonesians to tell stories by way of this most compelling and creative medium, short film. ReelOzInd! is the first short film competition to bring Australian and Indonesian filmmakers together to share their work and stories in the same forum.Shortlisted films are showcased to an online audience and the winning films screened in screening events across Indonesia and Australia. Our judges include prominent Australians and Indonesians from the arts, film, media and academia. Each year submissions must apply the chosen theme. In 2018 the theme was Youth/(Pe)Muda, 2017, Water/Air and 2016, Neighbour/ Tetangga.Coordinated by the Australia Indonesia Centre, ReelOzInd! taps into a web of networks in Indonesia and Australia in education, film, government and business to reach a wide audience in both countries and beyond.
In celebration of the 35th Anniversary of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, the School of Film and Television will dial back the clock and showcase an assortment of early student films from 1998 to 2007.Many of these early graduates are now fully established film industry professionals, so current students always remember, your student work shines a light on your future.If you want to find out more about the School of Film and Television student films, please kindly refer here.
The Hong Kong Academy For Performing Arts, School of Film and Television was established by the Academy in September 1996. The School aims to be a professional centre of excellence and to both reflect and influence existing practice in the local film and television industries.The School offers a four-year Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) Degree programme in Film and Television with six major studies (Production Administration, Directing, Screenwriting, Cinematography, Editing and Sound), and a two-year Master of Fine Arts Degree programme in Cinema Production targeting at producing a feature-length narrative and/or documentary film at the end of the programme.In particular the School aims to train the students to create as a team. Film and Television is about teamwork. The director is one of a team and so are other positions, each making his/her own particular creative and technical contribution to the whole. 香港演藝學院電影電視學院於一九九六年九月正式成立，本學院旨在成為卓越的影視專業教育中心，以反眏及影響本地電影電視業的製作。本學院提供一個四年制電影電視學位課程，及一個較深入的二年制電影製作藝術碩士課程。其中學位課程設有六項專修學科，完成後將獲頒發藝術學士(榮譽)學位。這些課程旨在培養學生有關影視制製作的技術，致力提升他們的藝術創作潛能，以預備他們擔當各種影視創作、技術及專業的工作。此外，課程更著重教導學生從事集體創作。電影電視行業講求合作性，導演、製片、音響師、編劇、剪接師及攝影師都同樣重要，各成員均在自己的崗位上對整體製作作出創作及技術上的貢獻。
Viddsee Juree Awards (‘Juree’) is an annual industry pick award celebrating the best short films from Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines. In each edition, the countries’ brightest talents and upcoming storytellers submit their entries for a panel of international judges to handpick the winners. Viddsee amplifies the shortlisted entries and promotes the finalists to our audience communities. Juree is part of Viddsee’s commitment to growing a network of prestigious storytellers, supporting local film communities, and inspiring a new generation of storytellers across Asia.Coming up soon: Viddsee Juree Awards will continue with 2019's edition in Indonesia, Singapore and the Philippines.Viddsee Juree Awards 2019 Indonesia call-for-entries is now open! Check out submission guidelines here: https://www.viddsee.com/submit/juree/indonesia2019
Viddsee Premiere spotlights upcoming filmmakers’ latest films that have not been seen anywhere else online before. Be the first to watch the newest and freshest films. If you are interested in having your film premiering here, submit your film at Viddsee Creator to stand a chance!
The Viddsee Shortee Award is a film of the month award to recognise and celebrate the most watched, shared and talked about Asian short film on Viddsee every month.Submit your film here at Viddsee Creator to stand a chance being the next Viddsee Shortee! All films selected to be on Viddsee will be eligible for the Viddsee Shortee Award. Announcement of the Viddsee Shortee film each month will be on the first Monday of every month.