NSW Teachers Federation Pride Film Festival
Film , Youth & Young Adult

NSW Teachers Federation Pride Film Festival

Fri 17 Feb, 11:00am, 6:00pm | 2 hours NSW Teachers Federation Conference Centre - Auditorium

The NSW Teacher Federation Film Festival is a celebration of student achievement in visual literacy. The festival aims to showcase the talents of students and celebrate diverse LGBTQIA+ people.

NSW Teachers Federation is inviting NSW public schools to produce short student-made films that may feature in the NSW Teachers Federation’s Film Festival in 2023!

Schools may wish to choose one or all themes for WorldPride 2023 for their film entry. Film genres may include documentaries, mockumentaries, stop motion, claymation and many more!

This is an exciting opportunity for NSW public schools to submit school, class and/or individual entries. There are two categories schools can enter:
– Years K–6 students
– Years 7–12 students.

Submissions deadline
Friday 25 November 2022 (term 4, week 7)

For further information and to obtain detailed guidelines for entry visit https://www.nswtf.org.au/world-pride-film-festival

Event details

Event details
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Venue : NSW Teachers Federation Conference Centre - Auditorium
Performance notes
  • New South Wales Premiere
  • Performance accessibility:
    Friday 17 Feb
  • Performance accessibility:
    Friday 17 Feb
Venue details & accessibility
NSW Teachers Federation Conference Centre - Auditorium

37 Reservoir St Surry Hills
Telephone: 9217 2312

Dates and times

NSW Teachers Federation Conference Centre - Auditorium

Friday 17 Feb - 11:00am
RSVP

NSW Teachers Federation Conference Centre - Auditorium

Friday 17 Feb - 6:00pm
RSVP
Credits
  • Film Festival Manager – John Skene
Presented by
  • NSW Teachers Federation