A story about the victims of cyber bullying is the 2016 winner of Get Reel: Top Ten Filmmakers. Festival.
Cyber, produced by young filmmaker Georgia Cramp, was declared the winner at the finalist screening on July 24 at the Ritz Cinema in Sydney. Happy Thoughts by Michael Hall was the runner-up.
The Get Reel Short Filmmakers. Festival received more than 1650 entries from across Australia and New Zealand. Entrants were asked to respond to the theme of .Being Seen. through a short film ten minutes or less shot on a smart device.
The competition awarded $4500 in prizes, and films were voted by a judging panel that included the likes of Danielle Cormack, Jessica Grace Smith, Socratis Otto and Marcario De Souza.
The competition was aimed to start a conversation around mental health. Funds raised from the finalist screening go to Suicide Prevention Australia.
Cyber tells the story of how an attacker eventually
Cyber wins Get Reel short film competition