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 The Hairbrush, made by Samantha Clutsom.
The $2000 second prize, jointly sponsored by Undersiege Media & Marketing and Paykel Media, went to The Shift, 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.
Nurse Jane’s Nightmare
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