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World Environment Day Film Festival 2020

Our students have spoken.

Filmed during the crisis, see their vision for a sustainable future today.

This year Film By Aussie Kids festival and EnhanceTV joined forces to celebrate student storytelling.

Student’s from around Australia have shared their unique visions for a sustainable future with their short films.

Film By and EnhanceTV have chosen nine finalists.

Watch the films today and support students’ vision for their environment.

Log in, or sign up to a free school trial to watch the films today.

Calling all teachers, sign up using your ‘.edu’ email for a free school trial to watch the

Film by Aussie Kids World Environment Film Festival. 

Students cannot access school trials. It must be through a teacher. 

A biodiverse collection of sustainable videos – World Environment Day 2020

The UN created World Environment Day to build awareness about the environment and generate positive change across the globe.

Each year explores a different theme that impacts the environment.

This year the theme is biodiversity. 

After watching the festival, discover some biodiverse broadcast videos in our library to share with your students, especially for this World Environment day.

Read our latest blog post: World Environment Day: a day to celebrate and get students involved for engaging activities and resources you can use with your class!


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