Story to Screen

Opening Night 

Please join us on Wednesday 29 November, 6-8pm (at Contact Sheet) to view the storytelling projects including short films and photography by 26 local high school students.

Story to Screen Invitation 2017 (2MB)

 

The final short films and photography will be on display open to the public 30 November - 9 December 2017 at Contact Sheet, open Wed-Fri 11am-5pm, and Sat 11am-3pm.

For the duration of the exhibition, visitors can vote in the People’s Choice Award, where two students with the most engaging works will win a GoPro.

On the last day of the exhibition, a Student Talks & Awards Presentation event will take place 2-3pm on Saturday 9 December.

 

The Story to Screen: Youth Digital Storytelling Project  

Story to Screen showcases the unique viewpoints and perspectives of local youth. Exploring narrative, storytelling and the documentary through the lens of a still or video camera, these thoughtful student projects were developed over a six-week program of hands-on workshops with creative industry professionals, where students had the opportunity to explore what is important to them as individuals. Working closely with their mentors, each student was guided to create, edit and share a powerful story on what it means to be an individual and part of a community, considering the many ways that we might be shaped by our experiences, possessions, education, neighbourhood, the media, technology, family, cultural background, appearance or our relationship to the landscape or environment.

 

Further Information

Please contact the Arts & Culture Officer at North Sydney Council on artsandculture@northsydney.nsw.gov.au or call 9936 8100.

 

Thanks 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the students for their wonderful creativity and dedication to the project, our talented mentors at Contact Sheet, and Digital Storytellers as well as Poster Candy for their generous support.

 

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 Story to Screen 2016