Send us a short video and let us know why you think our local forests are important to you.
Tying in with the UN’s International Day of Forests 2019 ‘Forests and Education’ we want you to help spread the word about the importance of trees and forests in our region.
We’re inviting students and schools from across the Limestone Coast to send us a short video that answers the question:
“Why are our local forests and trees important to you and your community?”
You could win your choice of an Ipad, MacBook Pro or Apple watch – plus an Ipad or MacBook Pro for your school for the best video submitted.
The deadline is 5pm March 21, 2019 – International Day of Forests.
How do I enter?
To enter the contest, just follow these easy steps:
- Make a short video that shows why our local forests and trees are important to you and your community. The video should not exceed 1 minute and can be produced with any professional or non-professional device (smartphone, tablet, video camera). The image quality must be in High Definition (HD) or in Standard Definition (SD). Both are common image quality standards, which are usually provided in cameras and smartphones.
- Fill in the entry form and upload your video via our WeTransfer account.
- The competition is open to school aged students and schools across the Limestone Coast region of South Australia.
- Entrants must submit their own video entry via the OneFortyOne website using the online entry form. Entries will only be considered eligible when submitted through the online entry form.
- The length of the video should not exceed 1 minute.
- The video must be the original work of the Entrant. Any material under copyright (footage, still photography, music, text, audio) should not be used without prior permission of the copyright holder. If other people are featured in your video, you must ask and receive their permission to be featured.
- The video can be produced with any professional or non-professional device (smartphone, tablet, video camera).
- The image quality must be in High Definition (HD) or in Standard Definition (SD).
Copyright, privacy and legal conditions
In order to submit an entry, Entrants must agree to the full terms and conditions of the contest.
Entry form and file upload process
The entry process involves 2 steps, firstly you need to complete the form below, then once you have submitted the form you need to upload your video file to our WeTransfer account.
Step 1: Complete the form below
Step 2: Send us your video
Send us your video – go to our WeTransfer account and upload your video. Your video must be under 60 seconds in length and no larger than 100Mb in size.
By submitting this form and uploading your video to our WeTransfer account you agree to the terms and conditions of the contest and give permission to OneFortyOne to share your video publicly.
Is there an entry fee?
No. Entering the contest is free of charge.
How old do I have to be to enter?
Although the competition is open to young school age people (4 yrs to 18yrs) who are at a school in the Limestone Coast Region of South Australia, we also encourage schools to participate as either individuals, classes or as a whole school.
Can I email my submissions directly to OneFortyOne?
No. Submissions must be uploaded via our website and to be eligible for the contest, you must also fill in the online form above.
If you have any difficulties uploading your video, please get in touch with us at our Mount Gambier office on (08) 8724 2700.
What format should my video be in?
The image quality must be in High Definition (HD) or in Standard Definition (SD).
Can I send a video longer than 1 minute?
No. Entries must be no longer than 1 minute and up to 100mb in size.
I am having problems submitting my online entry form – can someone help me?
In case you are having problems submitting your online entry form you can contact us at email@example.com or telephone the Mt Gambier office on (08) 8724 2700.
When and how will winners be notified?
The winner will be notified by email after the contest has ended. The winner will be announced through OneFortyOne media channels.
What are the legal conditions of entering the contest?