The 2015 G2 Green Earth Film Fest has recently opened for submissions, accepting environmentally-focused films from all filmmakers worldwide.
The G2 Gallery will host its third annual G2 Green Earth Film Festival over two weekends in October, screening eco-conscious films by artists of all experience levels, from award-winning professionals to aspirational high school students.
For the first time, prizes will be awarded to the best films in the short and feature categories, totaling more than $1,000.
All films submitted will have an opportunity to screen at the G2 Gallery, whether through the official festival programming or on a day sometime after. G2 wants to promote the work of emerging filmmakers, whose films might not make it into the weekend line up but are still worthy of an audience.
The 2015 festival will build upon the success of last year’s, which included the critically acclaimed documentary, Trashed, starring Jeremy Irons and Robert Redford’s Watershed in its lineup. This year the film festival will span two weekends and include fascinating panel discussions and parties each night with live music, free beer and food and special guests to celebrate the eco-friendly films.
Professional, first time, graduate, undergraduate and emerging filmmakers are encouraged to submit films.