Student Film Project

That’s a wrap!  The 2014 Student Film Project was a great success, with a record number of submissions and some of the best quality student films we’ve seen to date.  Stay tuned for the call for submissions for the 2015 Student Film Project.  In the meantime, check out the winners from this year’s contest below.

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GLP Films’ Student Film Project is an annual contest that invites students to pick up a camera and create their own short films documenting sustainability-related stories in their school, home, or community.  Whether telling the story of a healthy food revolution on campus, a local wildlife rehabilitation center, environmental restoration at a local reserve, the sustainability efforts of an individual, or dozens of other empowering sustainability stories, students have the opportunity to make a difference by documenting and sharing the positive stories of sustainability in their communities.

Next contest deadline:  Spring 2015 (date to be announced)

Want to get a jump on next year’s contest?  Please visit our Resources & Tips and Submission Rules pages for complete submission details.


GLP Films’ 2014 Student Film Project winners:                                                                                Prizes:

“Parras Grades of Green” by Lily Sprangler, Middle School

“ECO2School” by Samantha Perry and Jasmine Jolly, High School

“Gardening for Good” by Josie Newton, Tim Sharp, and Melanie Brown, College

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