Short Films

Act-Belong-Commit PhotoVoice Rockingham - Short Film Project

This category is open to local secondary schools. Students work in groups of approximately 10 to produce a 30-second short film on how they Act, Belong and Commit in Rockingham. The finished short films will be on display during the PhotoVoice Exhibition and shown at the Awards Night.
 
PhotoVoice encourages people in the Rockingham community to explore, through the artistic medium of digital photography, ways that they and others act, belong and commit in their everyday lives to keep happy and mentally healthy. It celebrates community involvement, young people and staying mentally healthy through arts activities.

The 2018 final short films can be entered into the competition online through WooBox via YouTube and will be shared on the City of Rockingham YouTube account. (Please note the competition for 2018 is not open).

Entries for the 2017 competition  can be viewed below.

2017 Short Film Entrants

Activities to Help Stay Mentally Healthy
Team SCBC (South Coast Baptist College)
Act, Belong and Commit in your community to stay mentally healthy. These are just some of the activities you can take part in.

Back on the Right Side
Boy Group (Safety Bay Senior High School)
The movie is about two young kids who started off their lives badly but soon they found the Act Belong Commit (A.B.C) and found themselves back on the right track.

Happy Again
Girl Group (Safety Bay Senior High School)
The movie is about a student that is getting bullied and is looking for help so she gets it.

Road to Recovery - 2017 Winner
Adam Marshall - An Individual Film - Personal Journey (Safety Bay Senior High School)
My film is about my method I used to help deal with my social anxiety. My strategy started with video games and then by enrolling in Army Cadets.