Sponsored by the Center for Environmental Filmmaking and The Nature Conservancy, the 2020 Eco-Comedy Video Competition theme will be Clean Air and Clean Water. We challenged you to produce a short (less than three minutes), humorous video that would be seen on YouTube to engage audiences in these topics. The contest is open to anyone worldwide who has a flair for producing videos. Last year we had four categories: K-8, High School, College/University, and Nonstudent. In addition to these categories, this year we are adding a K-8 and High School category for local DC students. The winner in each category will recieve cash prizes, plus recognition at the DC Environmental Film Festival, and on the websites of the Center for Environmental Filmmaking and The Nature Conservancy.
Film submissions will be accepted between December 15th to February 15th.
Check out our 2019 Eco-Comedy Video Competition submissions map (below) to see where all of our films were from!
- Be humorous.
- Communicate a clear (and funny!) message around the theme of clean air and clean water.
- Reach a broad audience.
- Be an original production.
- Contain a title at the beginning; please include the total running time.
- Contain credits of the production crew members at the end.
- Be less than three minutes (including titles and credits).
2019 Eco-Comedy finalists and winner:
Tire Swing by Gabriel Giaquinto and Amy Giaquinto
High School Winner:
The Forager by Victor Xia
Office Fish by Benjamin Vornehm
Grand Prize Winner:
Climate Change is Real by Jake Rasmussen and Tom McGovern
Waterman by Anshul Sinha
The Art of Climate Change by María Àlvarez and Elisa Morais
Full Petrol Jacket by Hermes Mangialardo
- Grand Prize, 2018
- @Humanity by Theodore Blossom and Robbie Price
- Grand Prize, 2017
- Planet B by Ashley Holmes
- Grand Prize, 2016
- A Watershed Love Story by Julia Schaefer-Gomez
- Grand Prize, 2015
- DUDE! Or the Blissful Ignorance of Progress by Patrick Webster
- Grand Prize, 2014
- Be a Better Roommate by Patrick Gilmore
- Grand Prize, 2013
- A Brief History of the 5-cent Bag Tax by Craig Schattner
- Grand Prize, 2012
- Clean Coal by the Bituminous Marketing Agency by Alexander Lucas