Show us what multiculturalism means to your generation through the lens of everyday stories.
The Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC) is inviting short film submissions on the theme
My generation: stories of everyday multiculturalism as part of the second VMC Film Festival.
In an age where identity, race, faith and immigration politics dominate global headlines, we ask emerging and established filmmakers: how has multiculturalism shaped our society in Victoria, and what role should it play in our future identity?
Entries will be judged in two categories – under 25s and over 25s.
Shortlisted films will be screened at the VMC Film Festival at ACMI on Thursday 24 May 2018, where we will present winners with some great prizes.
- must be between 3 and 12 minutes long,
- can be documentary-style or tell a fictional narrative, and
- can have been originally created for another competition or purpose.
Entries close Sunday 29 April 2018 at 11:59pm (extended from Tuesday 24 April).
The VMC Film Festival seeks stories told by or about Victorians from all cultural backgrounds, and supports the work of emerging filmmakers among multicultural communities across Victoria.
To enter, complete the form below - contact us for any assistance to upload your film.
Alternatively, email Franziska Wagenfeld at Swinburne University on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an another form of submission.
The VMC Film Festival is presented by the Victorian Multicultural Commission in partnership with Swinburne University of Technology as an offshoot of Cultural Diversity Week.
Watch some of the films screened at the VMC Film Festival in 2017.
VMC Film Festival tickets
Stay tuned for updates on tickets to the VMC Film Festival at ACMI on Thursday 24 May - to be released shortly!