2019 GAW Competitions


Open 1 May to 10 June 2019.


Create a 5 minute video that busts a myth about giftedness

or a myth that you think needs busting (e.g. Can you herd cats?)

GAW Competitions proudly sponsored by Screentime New Zealand.

Age Groups

Primary (ECE-6)
Intermediate (Year 7-8)
Junior Secondary (Year 9-10)
Senior Secondary (Year 11-13)











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4 x  $50 Hoyts Gift Cards

(one per age group)


HOYTS Gift Cards are more than just a movie ticket. They allow the cardholder the freedom to decide the movie, the location and the time, with the added bonus of being able to purchase any item at the Candy Bar


Prize sponsored by Screentime New Zealand


Enter Now

Upload your video to YouTube or Google Drive and send the link to 











Photo by Luke Chesser on 


Our Judges

Sofia Wenborn is a journalist by trade and enjoys telling the stories of real people. She has worked in radio and television current affairs but left journalism ten years ago to tell longer form stories. Now she directs documentaries, including Pike River, I Am Innocent and Decades in Colour. She has just spent six very rewarding months filming the lives of six gifted children and their families for TVNZs Brainboxes documentary series which is soon to be aired.

Terri MacFarlane has Production Managed a wide range of well-know series and events for national and international broadcasters including I Am,  Pound Pups, I am Innocent, Ever Wondered for TVNZ.  Terri will be heading up coverage of the 36th America’s Cup in 2020 and most recently worked on Brain Boxes, a documentary series for TVNZ.