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AWARD WINNER: Eric Moe Award for Best Short on Sustainability

Includes a pre-recorded filmmaker Q&A with Jesse Roesler (Director), James Edward Mills (Producer), and Shelton Johnson (Community Engagement Specialist, Yosemite National Park), moderated by Gregory McGruder (Director, Global Special Events at the National Geographic Society).

About the Award: Established for the 2014 Festival by Julia and Richard Moe in memory of their son, the Eric Moe Award honors his strong interest in film and his commitment to sustainability by recognizing a short for its focus on balancing the needs of humans and nature.

Jesse Roesler (Director, Breaking Trail) Jesse Roesler is an Emmy and James Beard award-winning filmmaker whose work has moved millions via The Travel Channel, Food Network and The New York Times. Full bio here.

James Edward Mills (Producer, Breaking Trail) is a freelance journalist and National Geographic Explorer who specializes in telling stories about outdoor recreation, environmental conservation, acts of charitable giving, and practices of sustainable living. Full bio here.

Shelton Johnson is a Yosemite Park Ranger and a featured subject of Breaking TrailFull bio here.

Gregory McGruder (Moderator) is the director of Global Special Events at the National Geographic Society where he produces programs highlighting the work of National Geographic’s Explorers for the organization’s Advancement team. Full bio here.

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    30 minutes
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    United States
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