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Out from the Mist is a photography, short movie and music competition. The competition is about mental illness but is also about so much more. Individuals facing challenges to their mental wellbeing are varied in their experiences and their responses.

This competition hopes to capture the breadth of that diversity, from the experiences of pain and suffering, caring and empathy for loved ones, through to the elation of conquering obstacles.

All stories are valid and welcome: the competition aims to showcase the strengths and the travails, the joyous moments and the sad, of those who directly or indirectly confront the challenges of mental illness.

Entries open:

July 1
2022

“Secret Garden”

Photo by

Teresa Lewis

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Australia Asia Film Group

Australia Asia Film Group (AAFG) creates inspirational films, television, and digital media with award-winning teams from around the world.

Fotofast

Fotofast is a family owned and operated Queensland business. From the beginning always at the leading and often “bleeding edge” of retail and commercial photographic printing technology and services.

Princess Pictures

An established film and television production company with an international reputation for producing projects with intensely creative talent.

Profile Products

Established in 1977, Profile Producs is an award-winning, family-owned business has come from humble beginnings to now become Australia’s largest manufacturer of quality timber frames

Superdream

Specialists across digital, content and creative, we’ve got all the skills and knowledge you need to help your brand connect with your audience.

19 Karen

At the forefront of 19 Karen is to provide the viewer with a sensory experience immediately upon entering the space. One that is full of colour and contrast, texture and tactility, culture and community, and above all cutting edge beauty.

Mental Health Online

A comprehensive and effective online services & programs free of charge. An initiative of Swinburne University’s National eTherapy Centre (NeTC) and funded by Australia’s Federal Department of Health.

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