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Nurses and Midwives Short Film Festival 2015
The NSWNMA Nurses and Midwives’ Short Film Festival 2015 again marked International Nurses and Midwives’ Week, with winners announced on Tuesday 12 May at NSWNMA.
The $5000 first prize, sponsored by First State Super, went to
, made by Samantha Clutsom.
The $2000 second prize, jointly sponsored by Undersiege Media & Marketing and Paykel Media, went to
, made by Meg Collins.
The $1000 third prize sponsored by the NSWNMA, went to
OMGHIV –a STIgma
, made by Ciara Rafferty.
The $1000 Maureen Puhlmann Encouragement Award sponsored by the NSWNMA
was shared between two entrants who received the same marks from the judges. Each received $500 –
Christine Girdham for
In His Arms
and Josephine Poole for
Once Upon a Time in Bankstown.
Watch the other finalists:
Nurse Jane’s Nightmare
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