Watch the award-winning films of the Mobile Film Festival

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The 15th Mobile Film Festival (MFF) closed its ACT NOW edition in partnership with YouTube Creators for Change and United Nations Climate Change (UNFCCC). The award ceremony took place on the 3rd December and the jury awarded 8 films coming from Europe, Asia, Africa and America.

Watch the award-winning films

The 15th edition of the Mobile Film Festival ‘ACT NOW on climate change’ has announced the winners. The 8 award-winning films come from Europe, Asia, Africa and America. They represent very different approaches and realities when dealing with waste, water scarcity, deforestation, youth activism, climate anticipation, and overpopulation.

The award ceremony was held in Paris, on the 3rd of December, and gathered 600 people.

All these films will travel the world as they have already started doing it. They provoke, question and raise awareness on the urgency to act now in the face of climate change.

International Grand Prize: Wallet

The film ‘Wallet‘ by Fatima Nofely from Iran won the jury’s attention by its beauty and the strength of its story. It takes us to a world not that far away, where water has become a bargaining chip.

France Grand Prize: Scream

Among the European winners, the jury highlighted for example the quality and message of the French film “Scream“. This piece by Gonzague Legout has already been retweeted
by the official Twitter account of the UN, followed by 11 million people.

About the Mobile Film Festival

This year for the 15th time, the Mobile Film Festival returned with rules that made its success: 1 Mobile, 1 Minute, 1 Film​; and participation open to everyone. Joining the campaign ACT NOW on climate change, launched by the UN General Secretary, Antonio Guterres, the Festival gathered 800 films from 91 countries. 50 films from 24
countries made it to the Official Selection.

Watch all the award-winning films HERE and spread the message: ACT NOW on Climate Change!