Friday 27 November, 2020

Green Screen Film Festival begins today

The Green Screen Environmental Film Festival begins today and runs until Sunday. 

Below is the schedule for the festival which will be held online. 

The films will be shown free of charge via YouTube and Facebook Live.

See the schedule below

Films On Demand

The Climate Crisis:

Part 1 Diverse stories of impacts and response from around the globe | 70 min

What A Waste Short films about how individuals and communities view waste | 48 min

Ours To Protect Short film series focussing on wildlife and conservation | 118 min

Energy and Innovation Feature film presented Courtesy NGC | 83 min

Heritage and Sustainability A series of experimental, narrative and documentary shorts exploring ancestral connections to the land | 72 min

The Climate Crisis: Part 2 Stories from the Caribbean and Latin America |100 min

Thursday, Oct 29

7 pm

Beautiful

Green Screen Environmental Film Festival Opening Night

Uncivilized Directed by Michael Lees Feature Documentary | 72 min | Dominica | 2019 Live Q&A with Michael Lees Feature Film

Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition Finalists (2020) | 24 min

Saturday, Oct 31

4.00 pm

Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition Finalists All 22 shortlisted Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition in the running for prizes in the 2020 season | 24 min

Aquaculture Video Series A series of short mixed animation and live-action PSA’s that explain some basic information about challenges and best practices for good aquaculture operation, created in collaboration with the UWI School of Veterinary Medicine | 8 min Directed by Juliette McCawley, Produced by Carver Bacchus/Sustain T&T

Our Rivers and Seas Two narrative shorts developed in collaboration with the Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA) that demonstrate that we are just as connected to our rivers and seas as they are to each other | 6 min Directed by Juliette McCawley Produced by Carver Bacchus/Sustain T&T

4.30 pm

Protected Areas Video Series presented by the FAO

This series of six short documentary films take the viewer on a journey to six protected areas in   Trinidad and Tobago and explores our natural heritage, the ecosystem services provided by these areas, their impact on local sustainable livelihoods and more | 50 min. Directed by: Juliette McCawley Produced by Carver Bacchus

My Watershed, My Home A short documentary set in Trinidad and Tobago, this film takes us into Fondes Amandes, St. Ann’s, a mostly residential area on the outskirts of the country’s capital where diverse members of the community come together to work at reforesting their watershed, and on bringing back its biodiversity | 22 min. Directed by Rhonda Chan Soo

6.00 pm

Panel discussion to follow with: Kemba Jaramogi, FACRP Technical Director Juliette McCawley, Filmmaker Frédérique Fardin, Coastal Geographer Moderated by Attillah Springer, Writer/Activist

6.45 pm

A Better Place This feature-length documentary in 5 parts infuses live musical performances from Trinidad and Tobago based artistes with real-life stories of community building and resilience | 60 min. Directed by Miquel Galofré

7.45 pm

Panel Discussion to follow with: Carver Bacchus, Producer Muhammad Muwakil, Freetown Collective Gillian Moore, Musician/Project Researcher, A Better Place Moderated by Attillah Springer, Writer/Activist

Sunday, Nov 1

4.00 pm

Sustain T&T Animation Series Our Changing Climate, The Story of Plastic, The Story of Trees and What We Eat | 6 min.

Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition Finalists, 2018 All Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition in the running for prizes in the 2018 season | 25 min.

Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition Finalists, 2019 All shortlisted Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition in the running for prizes in the 2019 season | 25 min

Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition Finalists, 2020 All 22 shortlisted Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition in the running for prizes in the 2020 season | 24 min

5.30 pm

That’s Wild This award-winning feature documentary follows the inspiring journey of three underserved teenage boys from Atlanta, attempting to climb four 12,000 ft. snow-capped peaks in the heart of the Colorado wilderness, all while overcoming their own personal mountains | 62 min

6.30 pm

Filmmaker Q&A to follow with: Michiel Thomas, Director Michael Franklin, Producer Clifford Chalmers, Documentary Subject Moderated by Attillah Springer, Writer/Activist

Monday, Nov 2

Festival Closing

7 pm

Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition Finalists Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition Finalists, 2020 All 22 shortlisted Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition in the running for prizes in the 2020 season | 24 min

VSS Winner Announcements – Youth Jury Award, #PlantyuhROOTS Award & Overall Jury Award, People's Choice Awards

For info on all the films please visit our social media pages or website at greenscreen.film

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