This national film competition asks both primary and secondary students across the UK: 'If you could make one law, what would it be?'
This year’s competition has now closed.
To take part in the competition, primary and secondary students up to age 16 submit a short film about a new law they would like to introduce in the UK. They can choose any issue they care about but films must not be more than three minutes long.
All films are uploaded and hosted on the Makewaves website, a safe social media site designed specifically for schools and students. There you will also find:
The closing date for the competition was 18 February 2013.
Visit the Makewav.es website.
Watch a short video and read about how Parliament's three parts work together to make UK law. And browse our subject guide dedicated to listing the best online resources for explaining how laws are made by Parliament.
Education Service Houses of Parliament London SW1A 2TT020 7219 email@example.com
View movies recommended by Filmclub, the UK's after-school film club network, specially chosen to complement the Lights, Camera, Parliament! competition.