Following the overwhelming success of the 2003 Triple J Framebreaks Short Film Festival the station has decided to do it all again in 2004.
Last year’s winning film, ‘Cane Toad What Happened To Baz’ has won a swag of major film awards since taking out one of Framebreaks’ major prizes.
Angela Ho, the winner of the second major award, has been commissioned to make an animated music video for Tarmac Adam who have been signed to a major recording label. Framebreaks was the first film festival to recognise both of these new young artists.
Entries for Framebreaks: Triple J’s National Youth Film Festival for 2004 are now open.
If you’re aged between 18 and 25, and you’ve completed a short film in 2003, you’re eligible to enter. You can send any type of short film, from documentary to drama, music video to animation, comedy to experimental – less than 8 minutes in length. Entries close at 5pm Friday January 9th 2004.
A special panel of 5 judges that includes Triple J’s filmgirl Megan Spencer and award-winning animator Adam Elliot will select a program of finalists in January, that will be screened to the public under the stars at Moonlight Cinemas in Adelaide (February 15), Sydney (February 25) and Melbourne (March 3).
Proceeds from the screening nights will again be donated to the Reach Out Foundation.
To enter: Download an entry form from the triple j website, and send it with your
VHS preview tape to:
FRAMEBREAKS Triple J’s National Youth Film Festival 2004
PO Box 1024,