The Connecting with Law Short Film Competition is an annual event run by Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand. Now in its tenth year, the Connecting with Law Short Film Competition is open to all tertiary students currently enrolled in a law unit at an Australian university.
This year, we are asking students to create film about Groundbreakers. To enter, you should create a two to five minute film about people, cases or judgements that have been ‘groundbreaking’ and have changed the shape of Australian law. Your film should educate, entertain and engage fellow law students and help them connect with law.
Your entry should be creative (no snails in a bottle!) and it can be in any style, including a music video, animation, documentary, interview, talking head or performance.
Get your name known in law and win great prizes!
1st Prize – $1,500
2nd Prize – $500
3rd Prize – $250
Want to learn more?
Previous winning and commended entries can be viewed online at the Connecting with Law Film Library.
Entries close August 25th 2017.