INSIDE THE GREENHOUSE | Re-telling climate change stories


This film shows simple ways to help the environment in our everyday life. The producer uses humor to show a young man's thoughts about his story in the climate change reality. The film is great for all audiences looking to laugh and learn about how to be a superhero in our own lives.

This short film is an animation about humanity's impact on the earth. The story touches on politics and its interaction with the environment. This film is well produced and gives the viewer a good idea about the climate change reality.

This film is a comedy about what life without available water. The story does a good job at depicting the harsh realities of an average day with no water and highlights how water is a huge part of our lifestyle. This film is well produced and funny for all ages.

Red Cup Culture is a short film about making changes to college parties for a sustainable future. The producer gives a smart idea to combat the problem of constantly throwing away red solo cups. This film is fun and relatable to CU students.

This short film is an animation explaining the reality of climate change. The audience becomes educated on a scary future, yet the tone of this film remains positive by encouraging people to do their small part.

This short film is a comedy about a young woman's struggle to find her place in the midst of our climate change story. She is eager to make a difference and learns the power of communication through a camera. The story also touches on issues surround recycling.

Melt is a short film about raising awareness about our disappearing ice glaciers. Two girls exemplify a grassroots campaign and hit the streets to save the glaciers.

The Global Warming Infomercial is a short comedy satirizing the way humans have treated climate change thus far. This video is meant to view the climate change issue with a different perspective by captivating the audience through humor. This film also discusses polar bears.

This short film is symbolic of the politics regarding the climate change issue today. The producer uses the emotion of fear to explain that society needs to start getting scared about the projected ways climate change can change our future. He explains that once people start getting scared they can realize the severity of the issues ahead and work to create bigger positive change.

This beautiful film explains the struggles we have with connecting to nature and helping preserve it.

This film is a call to action for the divest movement on the University of Colorado campus. The filmmaker explains how the president of the University has millions of CU dollars invested in his own industry, fossil fuels. Students at the university are demanding their money be invested in more clean and sustainable industries.

This film shows the ways in which we can make small changes that would help the environment. The filmmaker follows a young male who shows different ways of life, one less beneficial to the environment, and one more. At the end, the viewer sees the amount of carbon each way of life produced, which encourages the audience to make positive changes.

This film talks to an environmental studies student and an agricultural specialist about what organic means. The film reveals the truth about our agriculture system and supports local farming.

This film is about a fantasy channel reporting about current scientific findings. The channel reports on a leak of a video where a scientist discusses weather manipulation with a war general in the U.S. government.

Sustainable Cities discusses urban farming. It shows New York City's farming scene as well as Denver's. This film educates us on a unique solution to combating climate change.

This film uses barbie dolls to tell a fiction story about climate change. It shows the struggle between people who want to continue using great amounts of energy vs. those who push to stop. This funny story highlights a social issue.