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The Bozeman Film Celebration announces the new Ted Turner Award for the film that most encourages environmental stewardship


BOZEMAN, MONTANA….the TED TUNER AWARD is a $5,000 cash award given to the film that most inspires environmental stewardship. The film will be screened at BZN International Film Festival June 6-9, 2019.


We were thrilled that Mr. Turner attended the opening night of last spring’s inaugural BZN International Film Festival (which featured Jamie Redford’s Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution), and deeply appreciate Mr. Turner’s comment: “As a film-lover, it was heartening to attend BZN—I’m encouraged to see such high regard for intelligent filmmaking.”


We are indeed committed to fostering intelligent filmmaking and in that spirit along with the Turner Foundation we are initiating a Ted Turner Award for Environmental Stewardship. The film can be in any of the four categories: Narrative feature; documentary feature; documentary short, and narrative short. The BZN 2019 theme will again highlight environmental issues, as well as women and their stories.


BZN’s mission is closely aligned with that of the Turner Foundation—we too want to see “humanity live in harmony with the environment and be at peace with one another.” Film is a powerful medium for educating, encouraging and inspiring audiences to get involved and take action to protect our planet. We understand that conservation is complex and requires involvement from many different perspectives. We seek film submissions from around the world that encourage environmental stewardship or detail innovative solutions to gender-specific or global dilemmas—engaging all ages, ethnicities, political associations, and interest groups.


The inaugural BZN Festival was truly a stunning success, and will become more influential each year. We are dedicated to creating a high-profile event renowned for sustainability, both for attendees and for those who receive the message through our branding. Bestowing the Ted Turner Award will further that effort and will, I believe, bring international attention to the Turner Foundation’s ongoing efforts in land, air and water stewardship.


For an overview of our organization and its mission please visit


During the 4 days of the 2019 BZN IFF there will be 70 plus films, panels and parties in venues throughout downtown Bozeman, including The Ellen Theatre, the Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture, the Willson Auditorium, the Bozeman Event Center, the Museum of the Rockies and the Rialto.


“I am truly excited with year two of BZN, we have already received a fantastic line up of films from around the world and will continue building the program until the film submissions are completed end of February 2019. It is a pleasure to collaborate with the many diverse companies and organizations in the Bozeman community and the larger community internationally” said Managing Director Beth Ann Kennedy. “Our team is dedicated to the BZN mission and committed to creating an event that is sustainable, fosters good will and embraces all those who wish to participate.”


“Bozeman, with its stunning landscape and thriving local culture, offers the ideal location for the upcoming festival,” said Montana Governor Steve Bullock in an official letter recognizing BZN. “I commend the efforts of the Bozeman Film Celebration and the community of Bozeman to bring BZN to fruition. I encourage all who are involved in the art of film to submit a project, and all who love film to attend.”



While BZN is an international festival, the Festival welcomes statewide submissions to bring a local flair to the event. Filmmakers are encouraged to visit the BZN FilmFreeway and Withoutabox listings, linked below.


Regular Window: Oct 15 – Dec 31

Late Window: Jan 1 – Feb 15






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