GreenScreen 2013 Student Film Premiere

The premiere of the 2013 GreenScreen student environmental films showcased five student-produced films focused on eco-conciousness: Where the Wonder Went, Can Fairies, I Am the 40%, Tar Wars, and The Cave.

GreenScreen is a hands-on, project-based environmental media production program where students work in teams to leverage their collective production skills and environmental knowledge. The goal of the program is not only to increase awareness about the environment, but to expand the ways that these issues are represented and communicated. For more information about GreenScreen, visit this page.

This event is sponsored by the Carsey-Wolf Center’s Environmental Media Initiative, the Department of Film and Media Studies, and UCSB Associated Students Coastal Fund.

Where the Wonder Went

Where the Wonder of Science Went and How Teachers Are Bringing It Back.

Crew: Bryan Latchford, Casey O’Hara, Susan Dworsky

Can Fairies

A look into the lives of the can collectors in the Isla Vista community.

Crew: Sarah Agronow, Maggie Jenkins, Maya Safadi

I Am the 40%

All this carrot wants is to be eaten. Are you going to throw him away?

Crew: Michelle Musser, Brooke Malik, Travis Lee, Adam Knox

Tar Wars

An investigation into the impact of offshore drilling on natural oil seepage in the Santa Barbara Channel leads to a contentious discussion that reaches far beyond the local science.

Crew: Emily de Moor, Bridget Kaba, Jennifer Cortez, Kajsa Niehusen

The Cave

Something Flipper This Way Comes.

Crew: Christopher Witschy, Spencer Byam-Taylor, Joáo Pedro Bastos, Dylan Prokop