Fu­ture in a video

Auckland City Harbour News - - NEWS -

Auck­land Coun­cil is call­ing for young film-mak­ers to cre­ate a video show­ing how they pic­ture their fu­ture in Auck­land.

The com­pe­ti­tion will ask en­trants to re­spond to one of three ques­tions in a three­minute video.

Coun­cil­lor Michael Goudie over­sees the coun­cil’s Youth Ad­vi­sory Panel and says the aim is to find out how young peo­ple see their fu­ture.

‘‘You could be a to­tal film buff with all the equip­ment, a script and a cast, cre­at­ing some­thing su­per-slick with your mates. Or you could be one of our younger fu­ture film-mak­ers, get­ting mum or dad to film you with their smart­phone,’’ he says.

‘‘What’s im­por­tant your ideas.’’

The com­pe­ti­tion is open to any­one aged 25 and un­der. The top three en­tries will be posted on Auck­land Coun­cil’s YouTube chan­nel on March 15.

The video with the most likes on May 31 wins a $3000 Prezzy Card. Sec­ond place will re­ceive a card worth $2000 and third place a card for $1000.


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