Screen It Ambassadors announced

Angourie Rice (Spiderman: Homecoming, The Nice Guys), Kamil Ellis (Nowhere Boys, Cleverman) and Lisy Kane (co-founder of Girl Geek Academy, pictured) are joining ACMI’s Screen It program as ambassadors for the second year in a row.

They are joined this year by Brad Hennessey, a Screen It 2017 winner for his game An Aspie Life. Brad’s game is all about autism spectrum disorder during teen years. It has won critical acclaim and three national awards. Brad is now undertaking a Bachelor of Games and Interactive Environments at Queensland University of Technology.

Screen It entries close Wednesday 25 September.

For further tips and tricks, check out ACMI’s handy Screen It online resource here.

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