GreenSpaceNYC Summer Showcase on Sustainability is a night of short films regarding sustainable causes and artistically conceived dire warnings.
A team of GreenSpaceNYC judges will vote to award films in the following categories: Best Doc Short, Best Narrative Short, and Best Short. Attendees will be asked to vote for an Audience Choice Award. After the judging, we will show an additional set of shorts, the Midnight Shorts Program, that ranges from the alternative to the bizarre, within sustainability themes.
The first grouping of shorts are those nominated for Best Documentary Short. Film topics from this group range from fracking to international farming practices.
The second group are those nominated for Best Narrative Short. Many of the films in this group deal with issues about environmental degradation and futures of hardship.
Category: Best Doc
Cotton Dreams by Sandeep Balhara (14:30)
S: Himmel - The Norwegian Skyline by Greg Tomaszewicz (2:57)
Don't Frack Our Future by Mark Devlin (14:59)
S: ON/OFF by Kuesti Fraun (1:00)
Becoming Vegan: Alyssa's Story by Shannon R. Giedieviells (4:04)
S: Now We Are Taller Than Trees by Mehrdad Eghbali (2:00)
On.Off by 3lamp Productions (13:17)
S: Take It by Yasser Kassab (0:37)
Best Narrative Short:
S: The Survivor by Ahmad Mokari (2:00)
NO JILE by Carolina Davila (10:00)
S: HONORIO Two minutes of sun by Paco Gisbert (5:00)
Salvador by Sylvia Nicolaides and Nicolas Iordanou (20:20)
S: Gardenia by German Velasco (4:20)
The Field by Omer Sasson (10:37)
S: CAPACITIES by Kuesti Fraun (0:09)
Midnight Showing (Starting at 10:30)
Irrelevant by Ida Ayu Lestari (2:41)
Arcadia by Rick Fisher (4:49)
White Planet by Milos Bijanic (1:33)
Decadence of Nature by Olga Guse (7:00)
Natural Love by Kuesti Fraun (1:08)
The Ark by Olga Guse (5:00)
Ice is Melting by Helena Hufnagel (2:25)
Civic Art Lab is a summer-long storefront in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn in collaboration with the Bridge Street Development Corporation’s Pop-up Program. This environmental, arts, and educational initiative calls on citizens to co-produce creative and open ways to share skills and showcase recent cultural and environmental initiatives happening locally in order to amplify the diverse voices and encourage future civic engagement.
Our storefront is made possible by sponsors: Material for the Arts & Build It Green.