The 2017 Road Safety Short Film Competition is now open for submissions!

The Road Safety Short Film Competition is back for 2017! Schools, individuals and groups are encouraged to get behind a camera or smart phone to create short 4 minute films to promote responsible road user behaviour and raise awareness and prevent death and injury on Territory roads. Road Safety is everyone’s responsibility!

The competition aims to:

  • Promote, encourage and stimulate the development of road safety messages that target our regional and remote areas;
  • Share innovative film messages that have been created and developed by the people themselves within our regional.

Videos will be screened at Barunga Festival and participants can win part of the $5000 prize money for one of the four winning categories:

  • Best Film
  • Best Actor
  • Best School Film
  • Encouragement Award

Entries close Sunday May 21, 2017

View past entries

Access the Road Safety Short Film Competition Information & Entry Form for more information.

The Road Safety Short Film Competition has been developed in partnership with Barunga Festival, Skinnyfish Music and the Northern Territory Government.

 Road Safety Short Film Competition