The Primary School Film Competition 2019 called on budding young filmmakers to show us what multiculturalism means to them. Students from Prep to Grade 6 produced a range of short films exploring the theme — ‘This is what a Victorian looks like’.
Winning and shortlisted films were screened at a presentation ceremony as part of Victoria’s Multicultural Festival at Federation Square on 23 March 2019.
A range of school and family groups attended to support the winning and runner up students, who were presented with prizes and certificates from Chair of the Victorian Multicultural Commission, Helen Kapalos.
The winning films were on display at a special temporary exhibition in the Discovery Centre at the Immigration Museum which concluded in March.
For all enquiries about the competition, please contact us.
The Primary School Film Competition is presented by the Victorian Multicultural Commission and proudly sponsored by the Immigration Museum .
2019 Winning entries
The theme of the competition is 'This is what a Victorian looks like'.
Prep-Grade 1 Winner
Eamon from South Melbourne Primary School
Grade 2-4 Winner
Grade 5-6 Winner
Canterbury Primary School
Grade 2-4 Runner Up
Pancharlie from St Paul's Primary School
Grade 5-6 Runner Up
Chandler Park Primary School