The 2016 Evolution Film Festival received over 50 entries. 13 finalists were selected and screened, the audience voted, and the winner was “Pygids“, submitted by Matt Wilkins and Tyler Corey, from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Congratulations! Matt and Tyler received a $1,000 prize, and posed for a picture with their “Chuckie” trophy:
This year’s runner-up was “Ape“, submitted by Eustace Ng and Anita Yen, of Sheridan College. They receive a $500 prize.
All 13 entries can be viewed on the 2016 Entries page.
Congrats to them, and thanks to all who submitted videos!
Start working on your submission for this year’s contest, and we’ll see you at the Seventh Annual Evolution Film Festival in Portland, OR!
2 thoughts on “Congrats to the 2016 Evolution Film Festival Winner and Runner-Up!”
evolution videos—awesome job again Jory–hope all is well.I have sent this out to other science teachers. Perhaps send it to NABT and ask them to send it out as well. Or put a link on their website. I will try and incorporate some into the evolutionary medicine workshop at the NSTA national convention here in Los Angeles in March.
Mark L. Friedman
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Marine Biology Instructor for L.A. Maritime Institute & Redondo Beach Unified School District
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Nothing in Biology makes sense except in the light of evolution”- T. Dobzhansky.