The Forum's Secretariat together with Jackson
Hole Wildlife Film Festival honours "the power of the narrative" and the creative efforts of filmmakers who visually capture what forests mean to people - with short films of five minutes or less.
"Over the years I have seen hundreds of environmental films, most of them made for broadcast television and running 40 to 55 minutes," said juror William Grant, Chairman Emeritus of the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. "Watching so many beautifully done short films was a new experience and a pleasure. And to see the work of so many talented young filmmakers from all across the globe was an added delight."
Enjoy the five winning films of the Forests for People short film contest!