The Parliament Education Service recently ran a competition called ‘Lights, Camera, Parliament’ which challenged people aged 7-16 to make a film about a new law they would like to introduce to the UK. Kerri’s animated film 'A Rubbish Law', won the Secondary category and shows her passion for the environment and her belief that the punishment for littering should be greater than it currently stands. As Kerri stresses in her film, over 30 million tonnes of litter is collected from our streets each year, signifying the carelessness that so many people have for the world around us. Using stop-motion animation, Kerri’s film shows the world from an insect’s perspective, stressing the impact that littering has on wildlife. By creating strong characters and a storyline for the insect characters, Kerri has successfully built a sense of empathy between the audience and the wildlife affected by littering. The hard work and passion of this young lady stands out amongst the rest, and it is no wonder she is a winner in such a big competition. This citizenship film would be perfect to use in the classroom when encouraging students to think about the environment and what we can do to protect it, or to consider which laws they think should be introduced to make our communities happier places to live.