INSIDE THE GREENHOUSE | Re-telling climate change stories

Media

ITG 2017 Comedy & Climate Change Video Competition Runner Up
Alternate Science (Vol. 1) (USA)

ITG 2017 Comedy & Climate Change Video Competition Winner
The Summit (Australia)

An animated turtle talks about his rough day at school learning about climate change and how it will impact sea turtles and other marine life. Film by Chloe Gordon and Hayden Wages.

Moving short film about one man’s transformation from a lifestyle of excessive resource consumption to one of moderation, conservation, and connectedness to the earth and the community around him. This film took third place in the 2016 Climate Change and Film Festival. Film by Jack Elder.

People are interviewed about their chocolate consumption, followed by an overview account of how climate change will affect the growth of cacao and the entire chocolate industry. Film by Sam Kraft.

Short film showing the effects of climate change on our world’s food supply. Film by Logan VanDenBerg.

Stephanie Selz sings about the effects of climate change in this acoustic music video. This film took co-first prize in the 2016 Film and Climate Change Festival.

Short film about the impacts of the palm oil industry on climate change that specifically looks at the use of palm oil in beauty products. This film took honorable mention in the 2016 Film and Climate Change Festival. Film by Paulina Arcuru.

People from many different generations talk about the environment in this short film. Film by Madison Sankovitz.

In this short film, a cow watches the news about climate change and then becomes an ambassador of flexitarianism. Film by Julius Gayo.

An environmental consultant addresses a company in this short film. Film by Matt Gonzales.

Short film narrative of a diary entry about the current political situation with Trump not supporting climate change issues. Film by Emily Buzek.

This film received honorable mention in the 2016 Climate Change and Film Festival. Film by Brooke Smetanka.

Short film about how the beef industry contributes to climate change. Film by Kaylyn Russell.

Sponge Bob parody showing the ocean post-climate change. Film by Megan Feist.

This film took co-first prize in the 2016 Climate Change and Film Festival. Film by Ellie Milner.