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 closing date is Friday the 14th August 2020.
Please download our terms and conditions for more information
Congratulation to all the schools that entered into the bfilmed competition 2019 . There were 32 entries in total.
The winner of the 2019 National Competition is:
Nirel Dimaunahan, Lily Weng, Wida Sherzay,Hadya Aman,Jezrell Deleon Lagman.
Macarthur Girls High School
The 2019 State Winner is:
Sam Ciardi, Mackenzie Hodges, Mackenzie Boughton, Madeleine To, Halle Trajcevski, Rhyannon Watson
The McDonald College
The other top 8 entries are as below: