The Going Green Film Festival announces it's winners of the 2015 Film Festival.
Films screened on the media player, Roku for the month of April, and was made available for viewing to over 8 million subscribers. Winners were selected by a jury in combination with the number of views/playbacks each film received.
"We were excited at the engagement of Roku audiences," festival founder Patrice Williams comments. "Roku was the perfect platform for exposing these amazing films to a wide and diverse audience."
Official selections included documentaries, dramas and comedies. They were submitted into three different categories: Our Planet, Green Productions and Hybrid/Alternative Transportation.
The Winning Films Are:
Sea Legend; Submitted by Anica Maruhn (Germany)
The Spinster; Submitted by Kristin Tieche (USA)
Table Manners; Submitted by Rebecca Manley (United Kingdom)
Ryde Share: Submitted by Sethward Allison (USA)
My Homeland: Submitted by Rodrigo Jardon (USA)
The Going Green Film Festival launched in 2010 as a way to encourage and reward green filmmaking, as well as educate filmmakers on the necessity of lowering their carbon footprint on this planet.
The Going Green Film Festival is a fundraiser for the Minorities in Broadcasting Training Program.