What does winter mean to you? Here’s your chance to tell Wyndham, and win $500

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Wyndham City is inviting creative Wyndham residents to submit a one-minute film to depict their interpretation of winter.

Wyndham City’s Arts, Culture and Heritage portfolio holder Cr Tony Hooper said the competition was a chance to show off some of the beautiful landscapes of Wyndham as well as gaining an insight into the lives of people who live in the district.

“We are purposely leaving the competition open to ‘your’ impressions of winter, so we can encapsulate what elements of the City, its culture or lifestyle is important to you. It also opens the door for you to unleash your creative genius freely, so applicants can truly express themselves in this one minute of entertainment,” said Cr Hooper.

“It could be your favourite location, such as a walk along the cliffs, spending time with the family at the Werribee Zoo, but it could even be about cosy nights in front of the fire with a cup of hot chocolate—whatever winter means to you. You don’t need fancy camera equipment, just grab your mobile phone and create your short film,” he said.

Selected entries will be screened as part of the One Minute of WINTER Mini Film Festival at the Winter Street Party on Friday, 28 June, 4pm-9pm.

Entries must:

  • Be no more than one minute in duration
  • Be in landscape format
  • Have no sound
  • Be family friendly
  • Not use any copyrighted material

Entries can be submitted on Council’s website https://www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/one_minute_of_winter or a USB with your film can be handed to staff at the Civic Centre front desk labelled ‘One Minute of WINTER c/o Arts & Culture Team’. USBs will not be returned.

This opportunity is only open to Wyndham residents. Wyndham City Council staff are ineligible to participate.

Entries close 4pm on Monday, 3 June.

 

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