The Green Film Network has announced the winners of the 8th Green Film Network Awards, 25 films from 16 countries competed for Best Green Feature Documentary & Best Green Short.
The awards honor the most inspiring and impactful environmental films shown at Green Film Network member festivals in the past year, exploring critical issues such as climate, migration, food, energy, wildlife, and oceans. Films are nominated by 16 leading international film festivals that focus on environmental issues, and the winners are selected by a global jury.
The 2022 Awards included a special presentation and screening on October 18th, which this year took place online and during the Innsbruck Nature Film festival (INFF).
Members of the Green Film Network (GFN), the most important network of Environmental Film Festivals in the world, have selected films from their latest editions to compete for the annual GFN Awards. The awards honor the most inspiring and impactful environmental films of the past year, exploring critical issues such as climate, food, energy, wildlife, and oceans.
Nominated by the world’s leading environmental film festivals and selected by an international jury various films are competing for Best Green Feature Documentary and Best Green Short.
The 8th annual Awards ceremony this year will take place in Innsbruck (Austria).
In previous years it was hosted by the GFN member festivals of Paris (France), Zaragoza (Spain), Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), Toronto (Canada), San Francisco (USA) and Seia (Portugal). The previous event in 2020 took place online due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Thanks to extraordinary skills of processing and visualizing immense amounts of information and argumentations, this documentary delivers comprehensive insight into the complex issues of climate change and food security.
Not least it’s overwhelming pictures and impressive production quality contribute to our conviction that EATING OUR WAY TO EXTINCTION is the merited winner of the Green Film Network Award for Best Green Feature Film 2022.
GB, 2021, 1h 22m, eng.OV,dt.UT
Directed by: Ludo Brockway and Otto Brockway
Starring: Kate Winslet, Anthony Robbins, Richard Branson and many more
Meet the elephant in the room that no one wants to talk about.
On the heels of the recent U.N. IPCC Climate Report’s “now or never” call to action, this documentary, narrated and executive produced by Academy Award® winning actress Kate Winslet, is not only a hard-hitting but also visually stunning cinematic experience.
It features research and comments of some of the world’s best-known personalities and leading scientists, shocking undercover footage and poignant first-hand accounts from indigenous people, with searing insight that shines light in dark corners.
Be warned! This one-of-a-kind documentary will permanently change your perception of food and its connection to the future of our planet.
This is the film future generations will be wishing everyone watched today.
Tackling grueling taboos with the innocence and curiosity of a child –
what a clever, uncovering and loving tribute to a free way of life and unrestricted society!
We are honored to give the Green Film Network Award for Best Green Short Film 2022 to the Animation DANS LA NATURE and thank Marcel Barelli for taking us with him on that truly joyful excursion into nature.
In nature, a couple is a male and a female. Well, not always!
A couple is also a female and a female. Or a male and a male. You may not know it, but homosexuality isn’t just a human story.
Entertaining as ever, Marcel Barellis’ animation explores that topic with humor and that open mind of a child.test
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