ECOKIDS FILM SHOWCASE -

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Showings

Digital Screen Room Thu, Sep 24, 2020 12:11 PM - Sun, Oct 11, 2020 11:59 PM
Film Info
Event Type:Streaming

Description

ECOKIDS FILM SHOWCASE
Film about youth and by youth - as they advocate for our natural world. Includes films submitted to our festival and the winning films from The River Starts Here youth video contest.

Sponsored by The River Starts Here

REBEL BELLS
If Black Panthers and Girl Scouts had a baby, it would be the Rebel Bells.
13 mins., US. Directors: Anne Colton, Michelle Yates

ENVIROMAN
Learning about recent natural disasters, a young boy imagines himself as a superhero saving the Earth. He then realizes that ordinary kids can do their own to help save the Earth.
3 mins. US. Director: Caitlin Clonan

FROM DIGITAL TRASH TO SOCIAL GOLD
Narrowing the digital gap during the Coronavirus crisis.
8 mins., Israel. Director: Ran Levy-Yamamori

EVERYDAY WATER POLLUTION
A stopmotion animation film about the common causes of water pollution.
54 sec., US. Directors: Eliza Wadell & Serena Rothman

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND RECYCLING
Why we should strive to keep hazardous materials out of our water.
24 sec., US. Director: Ekansh Gupta

FIGHTING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE:  THE HEALTH CRISIS AT THE US-MEXICO BORDER
The San Ysidro border community is threatened by air pollution stemming from traffic at the US-Mexico border port of entry, following a major federal expansion of border operations. This film highlights the community effort to mitigate this environmental injustice.
3 mins., US/Mexico. Director:  Ilan Jinich

WALKING WITH TRASH
Everyday eight million pieces of trash find their way into our waters.
25 sec., US. Director: Charlie Abrams

WATER POLLUTION FROM CARS
Ways to help reduce water pollution by using alterative transportation.
25 sec., US. Director: Ava Behunian

FISHY
Plastic pollution moves into unexpected places.
53 sec., US. Director:  Jaden Winn

STORMWATER POLLUTION STOP MOTION
An animated film about how a fisherman and a chef discover their connection through their stormwater system.
1 min., US. Director Charlie Johnson
Includes a Q & A with some of the youth filmmakers from The River Starts Here video competition.

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