http://www.mafmad.com.au - Jack Clark's film ' I Should've Said Something' takes a look at car accidents through the eyes of the fictitious DJ Casualty, who samples audio from crashes to use for songs. Jack's unique idea will help young people across the state, understand the message that drink driving can kill. Jack is one of two winners in the 2012 Make a Film, Make a Difference (MAFMAD) The TAC's Make a Film, Make a Difference (MAFMAD) competition invites young filmmakers aged 25 and under to write a short film idea that will challenge young people's attitudes to driving and encourage them to look out for their mates.
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