Join us as we celebrate 10 years of the Connecting with Law Short Film Competition with the top 10 entries from the very beginning through to 2016. *Spoiler – we had a draw in 2013!
2016 – Theme: Why Study Law?
Winner: ‘Day One’ by Kit Mun Lee, Liam Hartley, Edward Wong & Quang Ngyuen, University of Melbourne
2015 – Theme: Bring your favourite case to life!
Winner: ‘Chester v Waverley Council 1939 62 CLR 1’ by Ray Waterhouse, Nikita Vidyaev, Bella Noon, Ben O’Sullivan & Molly-Anne Clark, University of Notre Dame, Sydney
2014 – Theme: Legal ethics – thinking, acting, being
Winner: ‘Ethics in Social Media Advice for the legal hound dog’ by Katy Milne, Monash University
2013 – Theme: Your top tips for studying law
Joint Winners: ‘How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Law’ by Jason Allen, Deakin University
Joint Winners: ‘The 5 Senses to Studying Law’ by Ryleigh Bowman & Sam Lumb, University of Wollongong
2012 – Theme: Pick a definition from the Oxford Australian Dictionary
Winner: ‘Bearly Legal’ by Julian Chant, University of Melbourne, & Louis Aldred-Traynor, University of Notre Dame, Sydney
2011 – Theme: Creatively interpret a definition from the Australian Law Dictionary
Winner: ‘The Court of Handball’ by Joel Arnott, Daron Resnik and Daniel Segal, University of Technology, Sydney
2010 – Theme: The study of law
Winner: ‘Lo Spettatore Intrusivo’ by Dave Joyce, James Remington, Dan Coombes, Giovanni Marino and Michael Magee, University of Melbourne
2009 – Theme: Connecting with Law
Winner: ‘Law Review’ by Jack Fitzgerald, Toly Shapiro, Paul Whelan, Emily Hargreaves and Yang Wang, Deakin University
2008 – Theme: Connecting with Law
Winner: ‘Law Talk’ by William Howarth, Tom McKeith, Lach Nicolson and Ned Winn-Dix, University of Sydney