Teenagers are studying at high schools in Ho Chi Minh City and surrounding provinces.
Participants can enter as a team representing their high school (each high school having one team) or as an independent team. Teams are to have up to five members.
Who can enter
Step 1: Register your information (as the team leader) in the sign-up form.
Step 2: Submit a video with a duration of up to one minute, introducing your team in a creative way. Send the video submission to and include in the email details about the team members (names, email addresses, phone numbers, and school name of all members).
The competition organisers will decide the 30 best teams to enter Round 2 of the competition, where the selected teams will participate in a skills-building training workshop on making films and digital videos. The workshop will provide a one-of-a-kind opportunity for students to meet with highly experienced experts in the industry like Dustin Phuc Nguyen, and to try out the specialised equipment at RMIT University’s new cutting-edge Media Studio.
Top 10 from Round 2 will join the Finale to make a themed video and receive feedback by expert judges Huynh Lap, Kawaii Tuan Anh, and Nicholas Cope (international expert in film and program manager for the Bachelor of Digital Film and Video at RMIT University).
KAWAII TUAN ANH
Director of current top trending Vietnamese music videos such as Em gái mưa, Duyên mình lỡ, Đừng hỏi em, Anh ở đâu đấy anh...
Producer of the Youtube channel Dustin On The Go with many popular programs such as Bar Stories, Love Is Blind.
Director/producer of popular web drama on Youtube “Ai chet gio tay”, director of the movie “Phap Su Mu” (2019), and many other viral online video content.
Submission deadline: 22 March 2020
First place: one film-making camera set, including a GoPro Hero 7, plus entry into an IELTS training course at RMIT for each member.
Second place: one DJI Osmo Pocket for each member.
Fan-favorite on social media: One-year free cinema voucher for each member.