Short Film category

Take a look at the winning entries, special merit awards and those highly commended in the Bullying-Free NZ Awards 2017, Short Film category.

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Winner: 'Friends', Whanganui High School

Senior group (Years 9-13)

An outstanding short film with a clear, positive and uplifting message. Led by student voices, the film takes a refreshing approach and is produced to a high, professional standard.

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Winner: 'Bully Buster', Avalon Intermediate School

Junior/Intermediate (Years 0-8)

A well thought-through message conveyed with a fresh and imaginative approach, The significant work and effort of the students is reflected in the energy on screen.

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Bully Buster: Avalon Intermediate School

Song lyrics, Bully Buster short film, Avalon Intermediate School. Winner: Bullying-Free NZ Week Awards 2017

Special Merit Award: Nathan Goldsmith, St Leonard's School

Junior/Intermediate (Years 0-8)

A wonderfully simple and powerful film that effectively portrays the long-term impact of bullying behaviour.

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Special Merit Award: Room 7, Welbourn School

Junior/Intermediate (Years 0-8)

A very comprehensive short film with some clear messages and a focus on positive solutions for young students. Well produced, featuring students’ voices and solutions.

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Highly Commended: National Park School, Ruapehu District

Junior/Intermediate (Years 0-8)

A great video with some clear, effective messages and good examples of what bullying behaviour can look like for younger students. The film reflects some good learning and the ending teacher comments adds another dimension.

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