The Force Field Film Challenge!
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Helping to protect kiwi kids and all our whanau, with vaccination and herd immunity awareness.
The Force Field Film Challenge is a short film competition for Primary and Intermediate schools.
To enter, kids will need to create an attention grabbing video (of up to 3 minutes) showing us how the invisible force field of herd immunity through vaccination works, and agree to let us share their video with the world.
Kids can be as creative as they like, and can use costumes, puppets or animation - the sky's the limit!
Diseases can spread quickly, and can be deadly so we’d like to use the films submitted to spread this important information about herd immunity far and wide – they could change someone’s mind, and save a life!
Use of Funds:
The winning school entry gets $5K, and the 5 runners-up schools each get $1K. Schools can spend as the school would like. If the full amount isn't reached, the prizes will be adjusted accordingly.
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