June 17th 2011


TropJr 2012

Call for Entries

The worlds largest short film festival for kids, by kids ­is once again inviting young filmmakers to unleash their creativity on the big screen. Entries for the junior Tropfest is open giving filmmakers aged 15 years and under an opportunity to show off their talents and walk the red carpet for the first time.

There are great prizes up for grabs this year including a digital video camera, educational filmmaking experiences and fame!  Trop Jr finalists will have their short films screened at the Domain in Sydney ahead of the iconic Movie Extra Tropfest event on Sunday 19 February 2012.

To be eligible, young filmmakers will have to create a film that is no longer than seven minutes, as well as feature the Trop Jr Signature Item for 2012:JUICE.

Entries close on 6 January and kids can enter online at

Visit the Education Case Studies section of our website to watch the 2011 Trop Jr winner discuss his film "Imagine".

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