N.E.mation! 10 call for entry – to win a trip to USA

N.E.mation! 10 has begun. Registration is now open and all it takes are there simple steps to start your journey that may win yourself and your team a trip to USA. Deadline for call for entry: 16 August 2015.

Are you feeling excited? Then take action now and register online at https://nemation.sg/register/.

Are you feeling excited? Then take action now and register online at https://nemation.sg/register/.

The central idea for this year’s N.E.mation! is “Together We Keep Singapore Strong”. Below is the synopsis.

“At the start of the next 50 years, it is a good time to reflect on and reaffirm the strength, values and beliefs that have brought Singapore this far and, more importantly, the values that reside within each and every Singaporean to take Singapore forward. Together, we will continue to play our part to keep Singapore strong.”

To give you some motivation, here’s a video featuring the trip of last season’s champion to the USA visiting some renowned animation studios, landmarks and famous attractions.

Not sure how to start crafting a winning story? No worries, here are some resources to help you get your creative juice flowing – view the free online Story Workshop.

About the N.E.mation! competition

An annual inter-school digital animation competition organised by Nexus for youths (aged 13-17) to express their thoughts on Total Defence (TD).

More than 13,250 students from secondary schools, junior colleges and centralised institutes have participated in N.E.mation! since its inauguration in 2007.

For N.E.mation! 10, students are asked to use their creativity and share stories centered on the theme “Together We Keep Singapore Strong”.

The animation clips produced by the top 10 finalist teams will be judged by a panel comprising industry professionals.

In addition, the public can show their support by voting for their three favourite clips come January 2016 via website (www.nemation.sg), Facebook or SMS.

Prior experience or knowledge in animation is not required as training and guidance in story creation and development, animation techniques and presentation skills will be provided for the shortlisted teams.

The clips will be of broadcast quality and will be viewed by more than 1.3 million audiences on both television and in cinemas across the island.

Some of these clips have gone on to win awards in prestigious international animation festivals.

Through the learning journey of the competition, student participants acquire TD knowledge and gain useful skills that they can apply to future endeavours.

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