Help make the web a Happier place

Create a short 60-second video on the theme "You are not Alone" and show someone that you care. You’ll be in the running to win from a $15,000 prize pool!

The video competition by Australian Suicide Prevention Foundation (ASPF) is open to Victorian secondary and tertiary students, individually or in groups.

The top five metro and three regional secondary school videos will be awarded $1,500 each and the top two tertiary videos will be awarded $1,500 each.

Entries open 16.07.2018

Entries close 09.10.2018

Download you are not alone resources here.

Submit your Video
To get help if you’re feeling down or alone, call
LifeLine 13 11 14
Youth Beyond Blue 1300 224 636
Or visit for more information.

Top 5 Videos


Maggy Sessions

Nathalia Secondary College

An original poem that was written by me Maggy Sessions, I never truly understood the meaning of this poem until entering this competition.


Tai Paulo

Catholic Reginal College Caroline Springs

A young teen has gone through some trouble in school for a very long time. He is about to record his death and share it to the world because he feels that NO ONE cares. Suddenly his fellow family and friends start texting what’s wrong and try to stop the path he’s walking on. He tries to ignore but he’s shocked that people actually care. As he sits in a dark room, feeling lonely. Could there be another way to stop this?


Gabriel Bengzon

Copperfield College

This video is about showing people that you are not alone. High school can be stressful but there will always be people who care and who support you. Life after school can also be daunting so it's also important to remember you are never alone. It's an uplifting film because being around people who care about you is the best feeling.


Azada Amiri

Northern Bay P-12 College

Shows how a young Muslim girl in Australia can become isolated due to how she dresses. These choices impact on self-esteem and belonging. But there are people out there who care about you and impact your life.


Ethan Do

Melbourne High School

Mental health is an important aspect of everybody's lives, targeting people of all ages, groups or class. This short film explores the consequences mental illnesses have on a variety on youths. No one is truly alone, and there are myriad avenues to look for help in the current age, so don't be afraid to speak up when something isn't right.


How it works

Its Easy!

Just create a 60-second video on the theme “You are not alone” – either working individually, or as part of a group.

Your video can include interviews, music, acting, art, dance, poetry, graphics… whatever you think will work best, while complying with the guidelines.

All secondary and tertiary students in Victoria are eligible to enter.

Upload your video between 16 July and 9 October, and you’ll be in the running to win from a $15,000 prize pool.

Along the way we’ll also be giving out free tickets to Village Cinemas to the makers of our favourite video entered each week.

Join the conversation. #yourarenotalonecomp


1. Your video:

  • Must not contain material that may cause offense e.g. is racist, sexist, homophobic etc
  • Must not describe in detail or directly show suicide or self-harm
  • Must reference the theme “You’re not alone”

2. You are allowed to enter more than one video.

3. You can enter individually or as a group.

4. Entries open on 16 July 2018 and close on 9 October 2018.

5. All videos will be screened by the Australian Suicide Prevention Foundation and will have an approval slide added.

6. Your video, once approved will appear on the Australian Suicide Prevention Foundation Facebook page, with select videos appearing on the website.

7. Winners will be announced in late October

8. Your email address will not be shared with third parties

9. Please ensure all people appearing in your video are aware that it will be made public, and that the Australian Suicide Prevention Foundation will be able to use it as they see fit in any format or forum.

Note: For further information refer to Mindframe’s guidelines.

Submit Your Video

Hold on! You’re nearly there… Just a few questions before your video is successfully submitted.
How did you hear about “You are not alone”?
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Through my School or University
Village Cinemas
Newspaper, Radio, TV, Magazine
Has being involved made you more aware of support services available (e.g lifeline, Beyond blue,
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How do you think your video will help to make other young people watching feel less alone? 100 words max.
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You are a
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High School Student
Tertiary School Student
I/we give permission for the Australian Suicide Prevention Foundation to use all or part of the video entered in any forum or format it sees fit.
All people featured in this video are aware that it will be made public, and that the Australian Suicide Prevention Foundation will be able to use it as they see fit in any format or forum.
I/we, would be available for interview at the discretion of the Australian Suicide Prevention Foundation.
Video Description Write a short description about your film This may be used online and in other promotional material
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