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.

There's No Place Like Home Safe

by Maddy Cheyne

About 

Maddy Cheyne's film ' No Place Like Home Safe' takes a modern twist on a classic film to help young people across the state, understand the message that drink driving can kill.  Maddy is one of two winners in the 2012 Make a Film, Make a Difference (MAFMAD)
The TAC's Make a Film, Make a Difference (MAFMAD) competition invites young filmmakers aged 25 and under to write a short film idea that will challenge young people's attitudes to driving and encourage them to look out for their mates.
 

 

 

 

 


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Past Winners