A showcase of the best NATURE Short Films from around the world today.
SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:
MILLENNIALS LEAVE IN PEACE, 6min., Experimental
Directed by Louise Marie Beauchamp
Using a burning piano to symbolize the state of the planet, this documentary poetically illustrates soil degradation, and proposes the implementation of a planetary ecological service as a possible solution.
12 SHADES OF GREY, 22min., Australia, Documentary
Directed by Anthony Gordon
To have followed mainstream media for best on four decades, together with countless films and television programs relating to the Great White Shark, its no surprise that the overwhelming public and social sentiment is one of fear and loathing.
In a similar light to foreign and domestic governments inoctrinating the populations to despise a supposed enemy, the Great White has become the common foe of people throughout the globe. There appears to be a gap between public sentiment and the views of scientist and shark enthusiasts across the board. The question remains, how to we bridge this gap?
REFUGE ALASKA, 11min., USA, Documentary
Directed by Harrison Goodale, Sam Kassirer, Betsy Mortensen
A look at nature and the enviromental in Alaska.
CYCLE, 8min., UK, Documentary
Directed Samuel Newman
Casting reflection on the unsustainability of single use plastics, this film follows a plastic bottle through its lifecycle, demonstrating the devastating ecological impact of plastic production at each stage in its journey.