KIXE PBS Age of Nature Film Festival

October 29, 2020
6:00pm Pacific Time
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Join KIXE PBS for a celebration of Northstate filmmaking. In conjunction with the upcoming PBS series, The Age of Nature airing October 14, 21 and 28, KIXE PBS is hosting the results of its online Age of Nature Film Festival. Whether it’s a revealing documentary, a tense drama or a slapstick comedy, film makers answered the following themed questions:

1. What have our past mistakes taught us about nature

2. How is our understanding of nature changing the way we live?

3. As the challenges we face mount, where are we heading next?

6 pm PT - KIXE PBS Age of Nature Film Festival – Showcase of winning festival entrees

Best of juried selected and popular vote are highlighted and discussed.

• Film makers posted 3 minute or less nature themed stories on YouTube during the months of September and October 2020. Popular votes were tallied for best popular film via KIXE PBS Facebook page. Jury selections were made by a panel of judges and chosen on film making merit. Film Jury reviewed effective storytelling, solution to the topic and technical achievement as a guide for film selection.

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Age of Nature Film Fest

The Age of Nature | Official Extended Preview | PBS

Official Website: to.pbs.org/2Z3QOjx | #AgeOfNaturePBS Explore humanity’s relationship with nature and wildlife, as scientists and conservationists from all over the world examine ways we can restore our planet. This documentary series asks whether newfound awareness of nature could bring about a new chapter in the human story. Tune in or stream Wednesdays, October 14-28, 2020 at 10/9c. Subscribe to the PBS channel for more clips: www.youtube.com/user/PBS/featured/ Enjoy full episodes of your favorite PBS shows anytime, anywhere with the free PBS Video App: to.pbs.org/2QbtzhR FOLLOW US: Facebook: www.facebook.com/pbs/ Twitter: twitter.com/PBS Instagram: www.instagram.com/PBS

Horsetown Clear Creek Preserve

Lucia's

Environmental Short Film - Lucia's Plaster

Actresses: - Lucia Lara Moran - M Gracia Castilla Altea Music: - Sophie Coyle - You Still Belong Directed and written by: - Tess Masero Brioso www.tessmaserobrioso.com

Now You Sea Us

Now You Sea Us, Now You Don't

Snake Road

Snake Road — My Rode Reel 2020

#myrodereel2020

death nut

Death Nut

True Nature

True Nature | Short Film

FINALIST OF THE FLICKFAIR FILM FESTIVAL Since the beginning of 2020, I had this idea of a short I wanted to do near my house but left for college before starting it. With everything that is happening now, I was able to find enough time and complete this little passion project of mine. I hope everyone is also safe and well during this time. Equipment: Sony a6400 Zoom H4n Pro DaVinci Resolve

Under the Walnut Tree

Under the Walnut Tree

Film Fest Part one

Ants inside job

Ants - An Inside Job [Macro & Slow Motion Insects]

Shot by Tess Masero Brioso www.tessmaserobrioso.com Equipment: Panasonic GH5 180Fps Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro The moth and lizard were already dead when I started filming. All movements are made by the ants.

Salmon Cannon

Salmon Cannon

Festival part 2

Age of Nature Film Fest

120 minutes

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