The Trauma Service Westmead Hospital
T 8890 7458
P.O. Box 533
An exciting opportunity exists for your school to enter the bstreetsmart short film competition called “bfilmed”.
This project ties in perfectly with Personal Development Health & Physical Education (PDHPE) syllabus for Road Safety.
Completing this project will give you an important evaluation tool to assess whether students have learnt valuable information to make them a better, safer driver.
The top 5 films will be shown each day at bstreetsmart with your school being awarded the due credit it deserves. The winner will be announced on the day and a plaque presented to the school by for its outstanding achievement and given VIP seating for the day (if the school/student attends) at the event.
Rules of the competition
▪ Films are to be no longer than 3 minutes long (including any credits).
▪ Films are to be submitted in High Definition (format 1920 x 1080).
▪ The film must have a message relating to road safety for youth (eg. texting,alcohol,tiredness,distraction etc.)
▪ bstreetsmart has permission to utilize the film for promotional purposes when required.
Entries close at 4 PM on Friday 17 August 2018.
Please download our terms and conditions for more information
Congratulation to all the schools that entered into the bfilmed competition 2017 . There were 13 entries in total.
The National winner of the bfilmed 2017 competition is:
Luca Mecuri from Huntingtower School Victoria for his film ” Calamity”
The State winner is:
Lucy Geelan from Macquarie College Wallsend for their film ” The Drowsy Driver”
The other entries are shown below: