MAFMAD is not acepting entries
But A Split Second decision could be the start of a successful film career for an upcoming filmmaker as the Transport Accident Commission launches its short-film competition.

The TAC has partnered with the Melbourne International Film Festival for the Split Second Film Competition.

The competition challenges Victorians between 18 and 25 to enter a short film idea that features a message about avoiding distractions while driving and is a reminder for filmgoers to turn off their phones. Judged by a panel of film and advertising industry professionals, the winning concept will receive a $5000 prize and will work with a professional production company to bring their film to life using a $50,000 budget.

I Should've Said Something

by Jack Clark


Jack Clark's film ' I Should've Said Something' takes a look at car accidents through the eyes of the fictitious DJ Casualty, who samples audio from crashes to use for songs. Jack’s unique idea will help young people across the state, understand the message that drink driving can kill.  Jack is one of two winners in the 2012 Make a Film, Make a Difference (MAFMAD)





Behind the Scenes

Past Winners