The top 20 films will be screened by our diverse team of judges Our team of world-class judges are artists, activists and spiritual beings. Applying their critical eye, they will select the two top films based on our judging criteria. We thank them for their dedication to this incredible new film contest.Chris EyreChris Eyre is an award winning film director/producer and is an enrolled member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma. His first feature film, Smoke Signals, established him as the first Native American director to receive a national theatrical release. Recently he directed We Shall Remain, a five-part PBS mini-series on the history of Native Americans which became the highest-rated Native American series ever on television and won numerous awards. Eyre’s other film
Your votes will help determine the most inspiring visions of a possible futures the winners of the five People’s Choice AwardsYou can vote for as many films as you like. You can vote only once for each film. Once you vote for a film, you cannot undo your vote. Filmmakers are allowed to vote. Voting Ends July 19th, 2011 at 11:59 AM PDT! Your Voting History You can see the films you’ve voted for at anytime by clicking on “My Vote History” at the top of your browser when you’re logged in. Your Power Doesn’t Stop At Voting Support the most inspiring visions of a possible future by sharing them with your online communities.
The Possible Future Film Festival was created in 2011 to inspire positive visions from citizen filmmakers around the world. We put out a call for visions of the future that is possible – the positive future that hundreds of millions of people are already living into and creating right now. The future we want to live in is one in which all of us can thrive: it is environmentally sustainable, socially just, peaceful, and spiritually fulfilling. 2011 Success Worldwide In 2011, over 400 filmmakers from 44 countries submitted films of their vision for a new positive future for humanity. At the close of submissions, viewers and participating filmmakers screened and voted for films online while a panel of distinguished film industry judges selected the top two winners, awarding over $
A nurturing farmer in is danger of losing his crop of windmills when he struggles against the cyclical forces of nature. Created at the UCLA Animation Workshop, with music by Nick Fevola. This film was inspired while driving back from a trip to Palm Springs, when my partner said that it must take them forever to plant and grow so many windmil...I'd love for the viewers to think about the cycles of nature, farming, seasons, life and death, as a way of understanding renewable energy. Unlike fossil fuels, energy sources such as wind and solar will always be available, and they present a clear alternative that we should invest on.
The quantity C (velocity of light) is actually the kinetic energy equivalent of the mass energy of matter. "Let There Be Light". Understanding the radius of curvature, symbolized by our ancestors with the circle & sine wave, un-hides the hidden variables, removes the foundational problems described in The Trouble With Physics, and leads toward self recognition of very advanced and practical solutions, scientifically validating the age old philosophies surmised by Walter Russell and Judge Thomas Troward, merging physics with metaphysics
The Grand Judges screened and voted on 20 nominees – five in each category – selected by a screening team using the Contest’s official judging criteria. The Judges’ first place selection received the Possible Futures Award, and the second place selection received the Pachamama Award. 2011 Grand Award Winners Superhero By Nitin Das (India) - Winner of $10,000 plus a trip for two to the Amazon SMOOCH By Dawn Mikkelson (United States) - Winner of $5,000 plus a trip for two to the Amazon Peace & Freedom Nominees SMOOCH Shooter The Earthday Card - Honorable Mention, Winner of $250 24 Peaces Last Battle Fair Societies Nominees Neil Discovers the Moon - Honorable Mention, Winner of $250 A Boy From Kilbera Poverty of the Spirit Forced Evictions Role Call Human Fulfillment Nom