45 Sec Film
Screened state wide
Choose from 2 new road safety briefs
Your time to save a life
Your time to save a life
The Split Second Film Competition is back bigger than ever.
The Split Second Film Competition is calling for Victorians aged 18-25 to submit their life-saving road safety film ideas.
With two all-new road safety briefs to choose from, entrants have the opportunity to save lives and make a real impact on road safety.
Developed by the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) in partnership with Village Cinemas, the competition is an exciting opportunity for young Victorians to launch a film career and make a real difference on our roads.
This year’s winner will also score a $70k budget, $5k cash, have their film made by an award-winning production house and screened at Village Cinemas across Victoria.
2 all-new briefs
For the first time ever, Split Second Film Competition will let entrants choose from two all-new road safety briefs.
Reckon you’ve got a winning ‘drink driving’ message? Is low-level speeding getting the creative juices flowing? Want to submit an idea for each brief? You can. Enter once. Enter a million times - just make sure you stick to the briefs.
Are you eligible?
Read the fine print before entering.
- You must be a resident of Victoria.
- You must be between 18 and 25 years of age as at 9th August 2020 (competition closing date).
- You must have never been disqualified from holding any drivers’ licence or had any drivers’ licence suspended for any reason.
- In order to verify your age and driving history, you must consent to the TAC making a request to VicRoads (or the equivalent licensing authority in any Australian state or territory) to provide details about your age and driving history (See Privacy Statement in the Terms & Conditions below for further details). If you do not consent to this check, you will be disqualified.
- You must enter as an individual only without any involvement from any place of employment.
- Your entry must consist of a 300-word synopsis that summarises your idea in response to the brief. It may also include a script, storyboard, visual references and other relevant materials.
- All entries must pay careful attention to ‘Tips’ in the brief document.
All entries will be assessed by the Judging Panel against the following criteria:
- An idea that delivers a road safety message centred on speeding or drink driving, as guided by ‘Tips’ in the brief.