The Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture (ACC&C) is an ecumenical body reflecting the faith background of approximately 61 per cent (13.5 million) of the Australian population. The Centre is located on a five hectare site on the edge of the Parliamentary Triangle in Canberra.
The ACC&C is the result of a formal partnership established in 1998 between the Anglican Diocese of Canberra & Goulburn and Charles Sturt University.
The ACC&C’s vision is to be the go to place for the interface between Christianity, Australian society, culture and Indigenous people and it has identified Four Pillars through which its vision is expressed.
The Four Pillars are: Wisdom through civil society; Peace through new religious engagements; Resilience in institutional life and ethical leadership; Creativity through the Arts, Sciences and Culture.
The Religious Short Film Prize falls under the ACC&C’s pillar dedicated to the Arts, Sciences and Culture.
To find out more please visit the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture website.