The Citizen’s Environmental Council (CEC) and the Burlingame Environmental Club (BEC) have partnered to create the second annual environmental Film Festival in Burlingame. This Festival is for all 4th to 12th grade students who live or attend school in San Mateo County.
On Saturday, February 2nd, at the Burlingame Public Library Lane Room from 10:30 AM to noon, the BEC filmmakers and members will be leading an interactive lesson on how you can improve your film making skills and environmental knowledge.
Once again, there will be crisp high fives! bragging rights! pats on the back! and yes, cash prize money!!
CASH MONEY prizes are $100 elementary, $150 middle & $350 high school
Workshop: Saturday, February 2nd – 10:30 AM to noon in Library Lane Room
Deadline for submissions: Wednesday, March 6th
Film Fest 2019: Tuesday, March 19th – 6:00 to 8:00 PM in BHS School Theater
For more information, check out the Film Fest website
CEC Student 2018 Film Fest Winners!
Natalie Wylie of Franklin Elementary School in Burlingame was named “Best in Show” winner of the CEC Student Film Fest held at Burlingame High School on March 19 – Natalie was the winner of the Elementary School Category as well! Her entry, “Feed the Future,” explored the earth-saving benefits of a vegetarian diet. It will be entered in the San Francisco Green Film Festival. CEC Student FilmFest ’17: elementary school entries – YouTube
Minnoli Raghavan of Burlingame Intermediate School won the Middle School Category with a video called “Reducing Your Carbon Footprint”. CEC Student FilmFest ’17: middle school entries – YouTube
Aidan Burke and Lukas Mills of Burlingame High School took top honors in the High School Category for “Car Pollution.” CEC Student FilmFest ’17: high school entries – YouTube
There were 34 entries in the 2018 contest from students who live or attend school in Burlingame. The Film Fest was sponsored by the Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame and the Burlingame Environmental Council at Burlingame High.
View the compelling Water Bottle Video produced in 2017 by BHS student Jeffery Chen, one of the 2018 judges.