Applications for Spring 2018 are due Friday, March 9.

GreenScreen Application Process

The core course in the GreenScreen program is FLMST 118 taught in the Spring quarter by documentary film producer, Chris Jenkins. Enrollment in GreenScreen is by application onlyApplications are due by Friday, March 9 for Spring 2018.

There are no specific prerequisites to the program, but accepted students will have prior coursework and/or experience in the following areas:

  • Environmental Media – sample courses include: FLMST 183, ENV S 183, Blue Horizons FLMST 182
  • Media Production – sample courses include: FLMST 104, FLMST 106, FLMST 109EP
  • Advanced Environmental Studies – Upper division Environmental Studies and Geography courses, Bren School of Environmental Science & Management courses, etc.

GreenScreen Frequently Asked Questions

The GreenScreen program is open to currently enrolled UCSB students only.

Applicants fill out the application form in the Winter quarter and describe their experience or coursework in the areas of environmental media, media production, and environmental science. Applicants also need to include an essay explaining why you want to participate in the GreenScreen program.

All application materials will be reviewed and evaluated by the program management. By mid-March, applicants will receive an email confirming their placement. If you are selected, you can confirm your participation in the program via email. Accepted students will be given an add code to complete enrollment once they have confirmed participation.

GreenScreen enrollment is by application only. There are no prerequisites for the program. Experience or previous coursework in all or some of the following areas are recommended:

  • Environmental Media – sample courses include: FLMST 183, ENV S 183, Blue Horizons FLMST 182
  • Media Production – sample courses include: FLMST 104, FLMST 106, FLMST 109EP
  • Advanced Environmental Studies – Upper division Environmental Studies and Geography courses, Bren School of Environmental Science & Management courses, etc.

The GreenScreen required course is FLMST 118 taught by Chris Jenkins in the Spring quarter. This 4-unit course is a project-based environmental media production course. Students will work in small teams to create their own environmental video production.

Students cannot audit this course. Enrollment in GreenScreen is by application only. Accepted students will receive an add code to complete the enrollment process.

Given that students will have only 10 weeks to produce a video, students must be highly motivated.

Thanks to an Associated Students Coastal Fund grant, funds will be available to help defray production costs.