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YOOFTube 2018 results are in


YOOFTube is the regional youth short film competition run by South East Arts, now in its sixth year, specifically aimed at ages 12-25 living or studying in our south east region. Last week a packed house gathered at The Picture Show Man in Merimbula to see the YOOFTube finalists’ films and hear the announcement of this year’s winners.


Video: Llew Badger has won BEST OVERALL FILM for BANANA SPLIT (Bega Valley)

Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties beyond anyone’s control, not all films were able to be screened but the incredibly supportive crowd were happy to congratulate the winners regardless.

“This year our young regional filmmakers had to work their films around the word ‘change’. South Coast author Jamie Shaw is our key supporter of YOOFTube and the use of a keyword was his genius suggestion, which resulted in a really vast array of interesting and thought provoking interpretations on the theme,” said YOOFTube co-ordinator Mrs Kate Howarth of South East Arts.

“Each year we see a great new crop of young filmmakers coming through. It was inspiring to see the strong messages in some of the films about issues facing youth today, like social anxiety, peer pressure and depression. Filmmaking is an excellent medium for storytelling, particularly for young people as it is now so readily accessible.” Mrs Howarth said.

The winners for YOOFTube 2018 are:

Ocean Thomas winner of The Creative Achievement Award in the 16-20 yrs age group for CLINT HALLOWIEN for Best Actor in 16-20 yrs age group for her portrayal of Sam in FRIENDS WITH THE FINCH (Eurobodalla)

Sam Wright winner of Best Technical Achievement Award in the 16-20 yrs age group for PONTOON PATIENCE - below (Eurobodalla)


Chloe Bobbin winner of Best Film in the 16-20 yrs age group for FRIENDS WITH THE FINCH (Eurobodalla)

Matilda Mitchell has won Best Technical Achievement Award in the 12-15 years age group for LAST CHANCE ULURU (Snowy Monaro)

Luca Yi has won Best Actor in the 12-15 years age group for his portrayal of Sensai in MILK CHUG: THE MILKENING (Bega Valley)

Llew Badger has won Best Film in the 12-15 years age group for BANANA SPLIT (Bega Valley)

Raine Atkinson & Kate Kavanagh have won an Encouragement Award for METAMORPHOSIS (Eurobodalla)

Ruby Bichard has won an Encouragement Award for RINSE & REPEAT (Bega Valley)

Sienna Spencer Schnabel and Alana Bretherton have won an Encouragement Award for MARSH (Bega Valley)

Jules Roche & Luca Yi have won the Best Soundtrack Award for ENTITY (Bega Valley)

David Perry has won the Cynicism Award for The Joy of Filmmaking (Bega Valley)

Llew Badger has won BEST OVERALL FILM for BANANA SPLIT (Bega Valley)

Watch all the winners’ films on the YouTube Channel HERE

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