A sleek film that highlights the role that current construction plays in carbon emissions and features creative architectural solutions to achieve a greener standard. Provided isn't just a big idea, but a truly attainable alternative for shaping our future.
In this film, we explore the relationship between rock climbing and nature and how a hobby can drastically effect how one views the threat of climate change.
A breezy piece that asks the question, "Are we willing to sacrifice what we love in our unwillingness to deal with climate change?" Our filmmaker uses intimate interviews with Colorado locals to get to the heart of this matter and expose just how much we stand to lose.
This beautiful story is shown through a children's book inspired short film. The story is about the 2013 Boulder Floods.
Wear Your Carbon is a film that helps viewers become more aware of the ways in which they can reduce their carbon footprint.
This film highlights the benefits of not driving your car. It's important to understand alternative options to transportation.
This film is about using less energy by getting off your couch and enjoying all that nature and the outdoors has to offer. The film encourages viewers to “stay wild.”
This film explains how everyone can be more environmentally conscious in their home. The film talks to the senior manager at Clear Result, a consulting firm that helps people make their houses more energy efficient.
Laundry Day is about the power of personal change. If one person becomes more environmentally conscious, it will most likely inspire others to act in the same way. This film is a positive comedy.
This film is an advertisement for a Thursday night bike group in Boulder, Colorado. The group travels in a pack of 50+ bikers, enjoying a night with music and friends.
This film explains and shows the divestment movement at The University of Colorado at Boulder. The song, “Divest it like it’s hot,” is played.
This film explains Bloomin’s mission, a company that produces seed paper. The company strives to bring sustainability and environmental awareness to the paper industry.
Why educate is an optimistic film that shows the differences in climate change education between younger and older generations. The film explains the importance of education regarding social issues as well as children discussing their views on the environment.
This film is a comedy and a parody of “MTV Cribs,” set in the year 2020. The film shows a sustainable Boulder house. It comments on recent tragedies including a friend who lost his house in California due to sea level rise. This film is funny and optimistic.
This film is a story about dumpster diving. It presents the idea of there is “no away.” The actors receive social backlash, yet find many reusable items and plenty of food.
This artistic film convey's the message, "don't let the media construct your opinions on climate change, form your own opinion!"