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November 19th 2013
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Trop Jr Finalists

Trop Jr has announced its 16 finalist films.

To make the cut, entrants had to create a film of less than seven minutes based on a signature item, which for December 2013 was ‘Monster’.

The 16 finalists come from across Australia, with most of the shorts being directed by first-time Trop Jr entrants.

This year, the finalists will compete for a stack of great prizes including a $5,000 cash prize for the winning film. 

Some talented youngsters are actually taking their second shot at the big prize.

15 year-old Oliver Levi-Malouf and 12 year-old Catriona Warren have both been Trop Jr finalists in previous competitions.

The following Trop Jr  finalist films will show at Centennial Park, Sydney on 8 December:

  • DAY OF FUN, Mitch Tooley, NSW
  • THE COMEDIAN, Eloise Dalais, Eloise MacLennan, Aedan MacNamara, Sid Sohoni, Tom Williams and Miles Bessis, NSW
  • FIGMENT, Kalana Vithana, VICEYES, Conor Jamieson, VIC
  • IT’S NOT EASY BEING A MONSTER, Oliver Bailey, Oliver Crawford Smith and Joseph Bondy, VIC
  • WITHIN, Hamish O’Donnell, VIC
  • TALL AGAIN, Josh Lorschy, NSW
  • CARAMELLA ISLAND, Sophie French & AbbSchool (extra-curricular activities group at Abbotsleigh School for Girls), NSW
  • THE OTHER SIDE OF FEAR, Michael Firus, VIC
  • ONE SMALL STEP, Nicola Hook, NSW
  • THE ADVENTURES OF LUCY, Adrian Di Salle, VIC
  • RED PANDA MAN, Darwin Schulze, NSW
  • ROAR! Catriona Warren and Emma Buckley, VIC
  • MONSTER, Lilian Andrew, NSW
  • THE SILENT FILM’O'NATOR, Liam Alexander and Harry Vasey, NSW
  • PENELOPE’S PENGUIN, Oliver Levi-Malouf, ACT

The ACTF is the presenting partner of Trop Jr, for more infomation please visit theTrop Jr website. 

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