It was hard to choose, but in the end we have the winners of Green Film Network Award 2018. And the winners are…
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Entries by eHabitat
Catching the Sun follows the hope and heartbreak of unemployed American workers seeking jobs in the solar industry.
There is a treasure that many of us unconsciously waste, a free resource which can help us giving a very personal contribution to the environmental protection: our faeces, a natural cycle product that can have extraordinary effects once back to nature.
A group of kids who needs a chance, two men who have a good idea, a rabblement of trash transformed into instruments that can produce high level music: the story of the documentary film Landfill Harmonic and the Recycled Orchestra of Paraguay is touching, and beautiful.
A little group of workers carries on an handcrafted and millenary tradition, very distant from the hectic rhythms and from the mass production. Their hard work and their life are the crux of “The Birth of Sakè”.
Interview with Giancarlo Bertalero and Filippo Ciardi, directors of the documentary film “Across The Alps”.
In the documentary film by Christoph Schwaiger “La Jeune Fille Et Les Typhons”, Marinel leads the audience across her devastated island, meeting those who work to protect the archipelago.
A unique trip of its kind, riding a mule through the South of Italy, which is active and virtuous, but too often forgotten, penalized and underestimated.
Who are the babushkas (a Russian word that means ‘grandmother’ but also refers to ‘old countrywomen’) and why telling their story?
Directed by Heidi Brandenburg and Mathew Orzel, ‘When Two Worlds Collide” shows the impact of the mining politics on the Peruvian Amazon rainforest.
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- 12th Green Screen International Wildlife Filmfestival, Eckernfōrde (Germany)August 13, 2018 - 15:36
Since 2007, the idyllic town of Eckernförde on the Baltic coast hosts the International Wildlife Film Festival GREEN SCREEN each year in September. Meanwhile, it has grown to become the largest annual wildlife film festival in Europe. In 2017, 18 100 visitors saw nearly one hundred spectacular nature related films and met with important representatives […]