Tasmania’s Parks – a Place to Connect

By February 17, 2016News

The Parks & Wildlife short film competition celebrates 100 years of National Parks in Tasmania and is open for entries NOW.

We invite anyone who loves Tasmania’s wild places to share how you connect with Tasmania’s parks through stills and moving images of your travels, your stories and your special connections with nature, your inner self or your companions.
You are invited to submit your short films (maximum length 3 minutes)

Entries are now open and close at COB Monday 1st August, 2016.

Prizes worth $2000 are on offer to the winner and runner-up. Sponsors Tasmanian Parks & Wildlife Service are providing a return helicopter trip and one night stay for two people on Matsuyker Island or a double pass to the new Three Capes Track (worth $990), and an annual Parks Pass. The winner will also receive a double pass for the Tasman Island Cruise valued at $250 donated by Pennicott Journeys and an OzPray 22lt Talon22 day pack valued at $140 donated by Paddy Pallin Launceston

The winner and selected short film makers will be publicly recognized at a film industry drinks event at the 2016 BOFA Film Festival. The winner will be presented with a hand crafted blown glass BOFA Devil Award. All selected short film makers, including the winner, will be sent a FREE 8 pass to see 8 films of their choice.

See full details of entry conditions and prizes on the BOFA web site