Green Scenes Short Film judges Amanda McRae from Hi Vis Media and Wesley Walker, Gladstone Arts Council president, have named the 2015 winners.
Green Scenes Short Film judges Amanda McRae from Hi Vis Media and Wesley Walker, Gladstone Arts Council president, have named the 2015 winners. M. Cook

Green Scenes film competition winners announced

THE winners of the 2015 Green Scenes Environmental Short Film Competition have been announced by Gladstone Arts Council.

The Ultimate Film Prize, an iPad Mini 16GB, was awarded to Tallulah Marsh and Jo Duke for their entry entitled "GROWiNg IN GLADSTONE".

The Supreme Filmmaker Prize, a professional development session with Capricorn Film Festival's Luke Graham, was awarded to Boyne Island State School's Green and Healthy Team for their work entitled "Grown In Gladstone".

Seven entries were received and judges Amanda McRae and Wes Walker said they had great difficulty in selecting the winners.

"The standard of entries was exceptionally high and it was encouraging to see the interest in the competition this year", Gladstone Arts Council president Mr Walker said.

"We would like to thank everyone who submitted entries into the competition and encourage them to enter again next year."

Green Scenes is presented by the Gladstone Arts Council as part of World Environment Day.

The annual competition is open to all professional, amateur and emerging film-makers and anyone can enter regardless of age.



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