Festival Of Films

To raise awareness of the issue of cyberbullying, and to assist schools to identify and address bullying behaviours, we run our Festival Of Films for high-school students once a year.

The competition invites students to create a short film (of no more than three minutes) that addresses a specific theme. The top films are then screened at a dedicated awards ceremony, where the overall and People's Choice winners are named.

Enter Interrelate's 2017 Festival of Films

Are you Hollywood’s next big director? Show the world what you’ve got by entering Interrelate's 2017 Festival Of Films. To be eligible, your film must meet the following criteria:
• address the theme ‘Mental health in the digital age – staying cybersafe’
• be no longer than three minutes
• not include explicit language

Think you’ve got what it takes to win? Submit your film.

Past competitions

The theme for the 2016 Festival of Films was 'Cyberbullying - the effect and how we can solve it'.

Watch the winning entry, BU!!Y, by Zane Voloshin and Jack Mane of Emanuel School.

Watch all of the finalist films from 2016.


 

Say No To Bullying Poster Competition

The aim of our Say No To Bullying Poster Competition is to raise awareness of the issue of bullying and to assist schools to identify and address bullying behaviours in their school communities. The involvement and interest has been overwhelming, with more than 20,000 students taking part since the launch in 2014.

Enter Interrelate’s 2018 Say No To Bullying Poster Competition

Check back for details on how to enter Interrelate’s 2018 Say No To Bullying Poster Competition.

Past competitions

In 2017, the theme was ‘Respect for self. Respect for others. Responsibility for all your actions’. The awards ceremony was held in March 2017, with Gabrielle Jackson from Bellevue Hill Public School crowned the winner.

Watch the highlights of the 2017 awards ceremony.