The ELEMENTS Film Festival in Vancouver, Canada shows the best films from around the world with an environmental theme, including wildlife, science, nature, technology, adventure sports, exploration and social justice. Festival programming includes programming for adult and family audiences. All screenings are held at Science World at Telus World of Science.
The 2nd Annual ELEMENTS Film Festival is April 8-14, 2019 and includes 7 days of film screenings, panel discussions, workshops, and parties. Filmmakers are encouraged to attend and will have the opportunity to engage with the audience through Q&A sessions and panel discussions.
The ELEMENTS Film Festival is located in Vancouver, Canada which is one of the greenest cities in the world, and the third-largest television and film production centre in North America.
No premiere requirement
Jury and Organizers
Chairman: Duane Sharman
Director: Maureen Sullivan
501-150 Athletes Way
BC V5Y 0B5, Vancouver
Telephone: 1 604 449 5432
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Films with a running time of 30 minutes or more, including credits.
Films with a running time less than 30 minutes, including credits.
Open to all films directed and produced by a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada.
Films up to 10 minutes in length, directed or produced by students of all ages.
Films of any running length that focus on scientific explorations and sporting activities where environmental issues play a substantial role in the story.
Films that are suitable for children of all ages, including animals, nature and environmental themes.
Films that explore science, discovery, technology and the beauty of nature.
Films of any running length that deal with cultural and/or social justice issues, with an environmental focus.
Films of all running times that highlight animal behavior, the interaction between humans and our natural environment, and films about people working to protect wildlife.