• WINNER
  • 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

 

  • OFFICIAL SELECTION
    • 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
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Friday
Oct282011

Southern and Coastal Charm

We had to split up for the first time last weekend. I headed to Tofino for the Tofino Film Festival and Grant headed to Wichita for the Tallgrass Film Festival. Both of us had fabulous times.

Tofino plays starts playing movies at 4pm, so I had plenty of time for relaxing and beach walking before film watching.The organizers work so hard to get great films and to get directors out to their gorgeous town, and it really showed. I got to see a slew of really good movies including How to Die in Oregon which won the Grand Prize at Sundance, so we were in pretty good company.

Grant missed his connecting flight and ended up renting a car and driving into Wichita at 3:30am, but it was reportedly all uphill from there. Despite his lack of sleep, he participated in a filmmakers meet and greet, a panel discussion, and had Q and A at a sold out screening. When he got home, he wouldn't stop talking about the welcoming people and the abundance of friendly volunteers and great food.

Better yet, although Kansas is apparently the worst state for sustainability, our film was really well recieved, and we garnered runner up for audience choice for Best Documentary!

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