The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) is inviting all secondary school students to take part in a video-making contest. Supported by the Quality Education Fund, the Secondary Schools Video Clip Project aims at encouraging teenagers to explore the positive values of life through filming. 'The commission has attached immense importance to moral education for youth as the integrity of our younger generation is crucial to maintaining a clean society in Hong Kong,' said ICAC acting chief education and mass media officer Winnie Yip Hau-yi. Contestants are required to produce a 10-minute video on one of the following themes: trustworthiness; self-respect and responsibility; fair competition; obedience to the law; values beyond money; ethical dilemmas and the perils of corruption. The 15 school teams shortlisted by an independent judging panel will receive not only a production subsidy of $1,500 but also training in video-shooting at two preparatory workshops to be held between October and December. Awards will be given next July to the best works divided into eight categories including best script, filming and acting. The deadline for submissions to this year's Secondary Schools Video Clip Project is October 10. Find more information about the event at www.icac.org.hk or call 2826 3381. The 27 video clips from last year's project will soon be uploaded on to its website.