Our Partners

We are honored to have the support of fantastic partners for the “You are not alone” video competition.

Village Cinemas Australia has been providing quality entertainment for Australian families since establishing one of the country’s first drive-in cinemas in 1954. Village Cinemas, are conscious of the role a large company plays in the community. They partner with like-minded brands and organisations to support worthy causes.

Pesel & Carr is an award-winning strategic communications agency that believes in using the power of communication for good.

R-Co is an innovative brand design and digital consultancy that has been involved in local and globally renowned projects.

We also extend a special thank you to Hon. Martin Foley MP, Minister for Mental Health Victoria, who officially launched the program in May.


Alison Wonderland

Alison Wonderland Australian DJ, singer and producer, boasts a successful career performing around the world including at Coachella and made EDM history as the first solo female DJ to grace the main stage at EDC Las Vegas. Her latest album ‘Awake’ debuted at No. 1.

Baker Boy

Baker Boy, is an Indigenous rapper well-known for performing original hip-hop songs in both English and his native language Yolŋu Matha language. He has supported the likes of 50 Cent and Dizee Rascal and his first national headline tour sold out.

Ben & Liam

Liam Stapleton and Ben Harvey ‘Ben & Liam’ are the breakfast hosts on national broadcaster Triple J. The dynamic duo were recently awarded Radio Hosts of the Year at the 2018 Industry Observer Awards and were winners at the Adelaide Comedy Festival 2017 Awards.

Dallas Woods

Dallas Woods, rapper, songwriter, and Master of Ceremony, recently released his debut track ‘9 out of 10’ and performed on Baker Boy’s sold out national tour. He has an amazing ability to hype an audience and is the quintessential underdog with a bright future ahead.

Monique Conti

Monique Conti is an up and coming young dual code athlete from the western suburbs of Melbourne. In her debut 2018 AFLW season with the Western Bulldogs, Conti played a pivotal role in securing the premiership, winning best on ground. She also made the WNBL finals with the Deakin Melbourne Boomers.

Jai Waetford

Jai Waetford is a 19 year old actor, musician and YouTuber. Speaking to an audience of over 3.5 Million, he’s amassed over 100 million views on YouTube/VEVO. Jai has also previously starred as cheeky bad boy ‘Angus’ on the long running NEIGHBOURS.


Gillian Armstrong

Gillian Armstrong is a multi-award-wining Australian feature film and documentary director. Gillian’s films have graced the presence of numerus international film festivals including Sundance, Berlin, Singapore and Cannes with her films being nominated for Academy and Golden Globe Awards.

Rose Capp

Rose Capp is the President of Film Critics Circle of Australia. Her critiques are widely published in both print and online film journals, also appearing on ABC Radio National and The Conversation. Rose also lectures in cinema studies at Monash University, RMIT and ANU.

Phillip Noyce

Phillip Noyce is an award-award winning director. He found success in the United States and returned to Australia for the Stolen Generations saga Rabbit-Proof Fence and has described it as "easily" his proudest moment as a director. The film was a huge hit with Australian audiences and sold worldwide.

Jai Waetford and ASPF representatives will also be part of the judging panel.