Friday 3rd May 2019
6 – 8pm
at Impact Hub Seattle
220 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104
Put on by UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, UW EarthLab
More info / RSVP (free)
Facebook event

We asked students of Washington State to create a two-minute short film that answers our prompt: Together we can tackle climate change. What would it take to turn the tide?

The award ceremony is a culmination of everything we've been working towards on this project. For this special night, we’ll screen the top finalist's short films, and a panel of climate scientists, artists and filmmakers will announce the winners and award prizes.

It’s open to the public—providing great exposure for young filmmakers, artists, scientists, and climate activists—and will be held at the Impact Hub Seattle. We encourage anyone who submitted a video to attend, and teachers, families, and friends are warmly welcomed!

In addition to the short-film showcase, we are inviting various environmental groups, social organizations, and film groups to network and drive connectivity between creatives and environmental work.

-via University of Washington Climate Change Film Festival