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This year marks 200 years of sharing the Bible in Australia and to celebrate Bible Society Australia is inviting you to help showcase the impact the Bible has had on Australians from all walks of life.

The 200 Stories Project is an opportunity for budding and seasoned short-film makers to share creative stories of transformation, life and light — you just need to incorporate an Australian communicating a verse from the Bible.

Theme

Transformation | Life | Light

Categories

Short Story — 20 seconds max.; an Australian communicating a Bible verse

Long Story — 170 seconds max.; an Australian communicating a Bible verse; and the accompanying story of transformation, hope and life.


Visit 200stories.com.au for all of the info and to enter by 27 January


Why should you get involved?

You’ll be part of nation-wide initiative telling the story of how the Bible has shaped lives, and society, for the better.

The best films will be shown on ACCTV and Hillsong, distributed through YesHeIs.com, EternityNews.com.au, and SPARC, and be made available to churches around the country to use in services.

Submitting a film is your gateway to apply for the SPARC Screen Media Scholarship, a unique ‘money-can’t-buy’ experience, meeting and learning from industry professionals in Hollywood.

Your 200 Stories film will also meet the criteria for entry into the annual $10,000 Pilgrim Media Prize competition.

Deadline

Final film submissions due by 27 January 2017.

All of the film requirements and project details can be found at 200stories.com.au.

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