Week in Review: Impacting Change Through Film On Earth Day


Week in Review: Impacting Change Through Film On Earth Day


Happy Earth Day!

Here is a look at what happened this past week—the week of April 17 —in our universe.

Impacting Change Through Film on Earth Day

Vulcan Productions hosted the Film4Climate Global Video Competition and invited aspiring filmmakers to express their vision for a sustainable future by creating a short film or video about climate action.

For Earth Day, we sat down with German filmmaker Benjamin Pfohl to hear what inspired him to make Eternal Summer, and how we can raise climate change awareness. Read his inspiring story here

Seattle Art Fair Exhibitor List Announced

Seattle Art Fair continues to grow, showcasing the beauty of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest, the area’s vibrant cultural scene, collector base and bringing cutting-edge contemporary art to the region, with exhibitors representing 25 cities from 9 countries, including 49 galleries from the Pacific Rim. 

Browse the lineup to see which world-renowned galleries will be at Seattle Art Fair 2017 »

Post of the Week 

This week's social post comes from our founder and Seattle Seahawks' owner Paul Allen, who shared the team's schedule for the upcoming 2017 NFL season.

Story Spotlight 

The Guardian features our kelp restoration project to investigate seaweed cultivation as an ocean acidification mitigation strategy. Check out the latest on the project by watching our video.  

Finally, a large selection of titles from Studio Ghibli, and other popular anime films are coming to the first Anime Film Festival at the Seattle Cinerama. Take the opportunity to see Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, My Neighbor Totoro, and many others on the big screen. The festival starts on April 25th and runs until May 3rd.