AMBER RUDD MP IS BANKING ON STUDENTS TO GET CREATIVE FOR THE BANK OF ENGLAND’S FILM COMPETITION.
Amber is pleased to promote the Bank of England’s ‘Bank, Camera, Action’ competition. The Bank of England is looking for secondary schools and colleges from Hastings and Rye to take part in their digital media competition.
Students aged 6-19 are invited to submit a short film on topics which will change from year to year. This year’s title is ‘Climate Change: never too small to make a big difference’.
Amber commented “The threat of climate change has never been more apparent. Momentum is growing behind a global response to climate change and this is due to better education around the issue and improving environmental sustainability practices. Therefore, I would strongly encourage schools to take part in this exciting, imaginative competition.”
Students are free to use dance, music, poetry, rap, animation, graphics, cartoons, interviews, news items or any other fantastic ideas you may have. It's completely up to them, the more creative the better!
Expensive technology is not required to enter. Films can be submitted from a phone, tablet or camera and should be between 1 and 3 minutes. There will be prizes for both schools and individual team members. The winning films will be made available on the Bank website and shared through their social media channels.
For this year’s competition, schools must register for the competition by 30 September. For more details on how to enter visit: https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/education/competitions/schools-competitions/bank-camera-action-2019.
The closing date for film entries is 2 December.