The Sydney Film Festival and the prestigious Dy Prize

The sdy prize is a scholarship awarded annually to honour the best undergraduate or Honours students in Chinese Studies at the University of Sydney. Established in 1964 by a gift from the Asian Students’ Council of New South Wales, two prizes are awarded each year. The scholarships are accompanied by a monetary award of 650 pounds each. The Scholarship is the longest running scholarship at the University of Sydney, and is a prestigious one for the best students of this subject.

The winner of this prize will receive a cash award of $1000, and a mesmeric swirl trophy designed and handmade by Sydney based designers Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy. The prize is to assist with the costs of production for the student’s final year project, and to provide industry experience. This is an industry-based prize, and sdy will not be awarded to the same student twice.

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In addition to the prize money, each winning film is presented with a mesmerising swirl trophy designed and handmade in Sydney by Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy of Dinosaur Designs. In the past, the awards have also been accompanied by an invitation to the festival’s official dinner, held at PARKROYAL Darling Harbour.

The Sydney Film Festival was founded in 1948, and celebrates seventy years of magic this year. The festival features more than 180 short films from Australia and around the world, including the $70,000 Dendy Australian Short Film Prize which was won by Teacups, directed by Alec Green and Finbar Watson.

Other prizes include the $5,000 Yoram Gross Animation Award, won by the short film titled Teacups; and the $10,000 ACT Screenwriters’ Association Prize, won by the screenplay for The Dancing Girl and the Balloon Man, written by Sophie Somerville.

The Edelstein Prize, formerly known as the Dexter Prize, is named after the late Sidney Edelstein, founder of the Dexter Chemical Corporation and recipient of SHOT’s Leonardo da Vinci Award in 1988. The prize, which is funded by Ruth Edelstein Barish and her family in memory of their father, recognises excellence in the study of the history of dyes and the use of dye processes in textiles and clothing. The winner of the Edelstein Prize will be given a sum of $3,500 and a certificate. The prize is awarded annually, and the winner is recognised at a SHOT conference. The deadline for entries is in September each year. The award is open to all SHOT members, and the winner will be announced at a SHOT conference in early November. Previously the prize was offered to postgraduate students. In 2009, it was expanded to include undergraduates as well. In addition, a runner-up will be offered a cash prize of $1,000.