A campaign film is no good unless you have clear and interesting policy. For tips on developing policy and writing a manifesto click here.
Political parties make campaign films called Party Election Broadcasts. Parties normally show theirs on TV, but you could ask your teacher if you could show yours in a lesson or special election assembly.
Top Tips for your Campaign Film:
* Plan: A good film needs a good plan. So draw up a mind-map of all your ideas, decide what your message is and make a plan!
* Script: Keep your script short and simple. Make sure voters hear the most important messages. Remember to include your party slogans!
* Storyboard: This is a special plan used for films. It should tell you what will happen in every shot of the film. You could draw pictures or just write down what will happen. Come up with an exciting start and a memorable finish.
* Filming: Pick an interesting place to film and change camera angles to make it more exciting. Remember to stick to your storyboard!