We are Eco Dfndrs

Here you will find the short films that were created by the youth who attended the first Eco Dfndrs Summer Camp. Each film is an expression of one or more students' thoughts and feelings about the state of the environment and their fears for the future. These films show young people taking action and speaking out about something they care about.

See the films!

This Place We Live

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Backup vocals by:

An original song by Kalena Young that explores her feelings on the state of the environment.

Earth’s Voice

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What would the world look like if all our laws were made with the earth's view taken into account?

Date Without Water

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Production Assistant:

  • Bodhi Lim

In the future, water is scarce. You save the water you need for only the most important things. How does this affect young people trying to go on a date? A humorous look at a potentially frightening problem.

The Story of Queenesh, the White Wale

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Through the retelling of the K'Omoks First Nation story of Queneesh, this film looks at the uncertainty that faces us with the effects of global warming.

Our Changing Climate

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Macey goes on location in Denman Island to find out how locals are adapting to climate change.

Soup

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Canadians waste tons of food each year. Gabe has some tips for those of us who can't stop ourselves from throwing out good, useful food. Including... soup.

Old Growth

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Alarming facts about the lack of old growth forest in the world and the effect of losing this precious resource.

Self Sufficient

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Taio's spoken word poem about the realization that by learning how to be resourceful and create her own things she is being kinder to the environment.

Our Wild Salmon

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Miranda explains her concerns about the Wild Salmon population.

Our Ocean

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A poem by Sophie Chapman, exploring her connection to the ocean and the danger there is in losing it.

Hornby Island

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Tourism on Hornby Island presents a microcosm for how humans overuse desirable land and resources for their pleasure, without looking at the potential harm.

Two Roads Farm

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Want to make a film like these?

Come to camp! July 28–Aug 5 on Denman Island, take workshops on script-writing, story building, indigenous cultural practices, film production and editing and create a film that represents your ideas on the environent.

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We are Eco Dfndrs. We create, share and collaborate on ideas to get our message out. We don’t just say we care for our environment, we do more. We make films to open people’s eyes, start conversations and inspire action.

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