The Seventh Annual River and Ocean Film Festival 

The 7th Annual River and Ocean Film Festival was presented online as a series of three episodes, which are now freely available online for you to enjoy.  As always, the 7th Annual River and Ocean Film Festival brings you a collection of short films that highlight the natural and social dimensions of the West End of the Olympic Peninsula. The online version of the 7th Annual River and Ocean Film Festival was brought to you this year by the North Pacific Coast Marine Resources Committee and Washington Sea Grant.

The audience speaks!

The best-in-show award for the 7th Annual River and Ocean Film Festival, based on voting by viewers, goes to:

Olympic Coast as Sentinel:  Tribal Communities at the Forefront of Ocean Change, submitted by Meg Chadsey of Washington Sea Grant and shown in Episode 2

The runner-up award goes to:

When Goats Fly, by Eliza Goode and Olympic National Park and shown in Episode 1

Want more River and Ocean Film Festival?

See films from previous festivals here

 

Film Submissions Wanted!

Film submissions for future film festivals are now being accepted. Films must be less than 20 minutes long, and relevant to the natural or social dimensions of the West End of the Olympic Peninsula. To submit a film, please contact Ian Miller at immiller@uw.edu or by phone at 360.417.6460.