What you need to do
We want you to show us what you think money will be like in the future. Through the ages, money has taken various forms – from bartering goods, through gold and silver coins to banknotes. And there’s more to it than just cash: over £600bn of electronic payments are made in the UK every single day. So what comes next?
You can shoot your film on a smartphone, tablet, or video camera. It should be between one to three minutes long. Schools can enter multiple teams of maximum five students. There’s no limit to how many people can appear in the film.
We want students studying as many different subjects as possible to participate. You can use any medium you want – eg. dance, music, poetry, rap, animation, graphics, cartoons, interviews or a news article.
We want to see imaginative and interesting films – the more creative the better. We’re less concerned with analysis and depth of content.
Students must be aged 11-18 and attend a UK secondary school or college to participate.
Schools are responsible for getting consent for all students who make or appear in the film.