• Best Environmental Documentary Feature
  • Atlanta DocuFest
  • Best Feature Film
  • Golden Film Festival
  • Grand Prize Best of Show
  • Filmshift Festival
  • Audience Choice
  • Reel Earth Film Festival
  • Best Canadian Documentary
  • Projecting Change 
  • Best Conservation Film
  • Bend Film Festival
  • Runner Up Audience Choice Best Documentary
  • Tallgrass Film Festival
  • Inspiring Community Action Award
  • Princeton Environmental Film Festival
  • Blue Sky Tribute Award
  • Vail Film Festival
  • MOBI Award (Journalism/Media),
  • Recycling Council of BC


    • Planet in Focus Film Festival
    • Newport Beach Film Festival
    • Surrey Environmental Film Festival
    • Tofino Film Festival
    • Thunder Bay Film Festival
    • World Community Film Festival
    • EcoFocus Festival
    • REEL Change Film Festival
    • Filmshift Festival
    • Salt Spring Film Festival
    • Vail Film Festival
    • Bend Film Festival
    • Princeton Environmental Film Festival
    • Tallgrass Film Festival
    • Projecting Change Film Festival
    • Reel Earth Film Festival
    • Project Native Film Festival
    • Ruby Mountain Film Festival
    • Golden Film Festival
    • Seattle True Independent Film Festival
    • DocuFest
    • Green Film Fest Buenos Aires


Is it possible to live completely waste free? In this multi-award winning, festival favourite, partners Jen and Grant go head to head in a competition to see who can swear off consumerism and produce the least garbage Their light-hearted competition is set against a darker examination of the problem waste.  Even as Grant and Jen start to garner interest in their project, they struggle to find meaning in their minuscule influence on the large-scale environmental impacts of our “throw-away society”. Described as An Inconvenient Truth meets Super Size Me, The Clean Bin Project features laugh out loud moments, stop motion animations, and unforgettable imagery. Captivating interviews with renowned artist, Chris Jordan and TED Lecturer Captain Charles Moore, make this film a fun and inspiring call to individual action that speaks to crowds of all ages.


Yes DVDs Are "Stuff"

Yes DVD's are "stuff". If you're adverse to buying them, go for a digital option. But if you are keen have a physical DVD so you can watch all the special features and pass it around to a few friends, we won't stop you. We just got a new shipment of DVDs, and we're stoked that they have even less packaging than our previous version - this one doesn't open up, it's just a cardboard sleeve. Hope you like it!