Multnomah Climate Short Film Contest

Congratulation to the winners of the 2011 Multnomah Climate Short Film Contest! 

Multnomah County and its project partners Oregon Environmental Council and Americorps want to thank all the filmmakers who submitted films to the 2011 Multnomah Climate Short Film Contest. All of the fims were great and demonstrated the DIY spirit that makes our community so wonderful. Our panel of celebrity judges narrowed the selection to four winning films, which were announced and shown at the Multnomah Sustainability Film Series on July 31st at McMenamins Bagdad Theater.

Winning films are available for viewing below, please share these entertaining and engaging films with your family and friends!

2011 Winning Films:

First Place - 18 and Under

Climate Change, Toilets and Zombies! by Madison High School Green Team

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First Place - 19 and Over

Climate Change in 3 Acts by Anders Christenson

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Second Place - 19 and Over

Helping Mother Heal by Eric Stachon

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Third Place - 19 and Over

Good Dog by Jen Coleman

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2011 Runners-up:

The Water Leaves by Alvaro Torres

Travel to Oregon 2037 by Brighton West

Climate Change and the Mosses and Lichens of the Columbia River Gorge by Gifford Pinchot Task Force

 

About the Multnomah Climate Short Film Contest

Multnomah County and its partners the Oregon Environmental Council and Americorps are working hard to stop climate change. The Multnomah Climate Short Film Contest was launched to educate and engage the community about this important issue. Our community was invited to submit documentaries or fictional shorts that examine these key questions:

How will climate change affect Oregon?

What can we do to prevent the worst impacts?

What can we do to adapt to the inevitable changes?

Winning films were:

Selected by a celebrity panel of judges:

Received over $1,000 in fantastic prizes:

Shown on the big screen at McMenamin's Bagdad Theater on July 31st, 2011!

 

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