The Second Annual Eco-Comedy Video Competition received 75 entries this year from all over the world. All submissions are now available
Jordan Ballantine and Blathnaid Giles got first place with their film, Green My House. Jordan and Blathnaid (both from Ireland) receive $1,000 from the Center for Environmental Filmmaking.
Here’s their video:
Green My House written and directed by Jordan Ballantine
The 2010 Finalists:
Dude, It's Not What You Think
Green My House
Recycle Today for a Better Tomorrow
How to Save the World
What Goes Around Comes Around
Beat the Meat
Information about the Third Annual Eco-Comedy Video Competition will be available on the Center’s website in the fall.Center Director, Chris Palmer thanks EcoSense, the Environmental Protection Agency, Friends of the Earth, and Mill Reef Productions for making this competition possible through a partnership with SOC’s Center for Environmental Filmmaking at AU. They launched this competition as a way to encourage the use of humor in the fight for conservation.