AWARDS - Erica Jacques

Film Award


- Best Environmental Film at the San Francisco Frozen Film Festival 2017

- Best Student Documentary at the Chagrin Documentary Film Festival 2017

- Humanitarian Award Honorable Mention at the Best Shorts Awards Competition 2017

- Award of Merit in the Nature / Environment / Wildlife category at the Best Shorts Awards Competition 2016

Official Selection:

- Flagler Film Festival 2018

- Newport Beach Film Festival 2017

- San Pedro International Film Festival 2017

- Rhode Island International Film Festival 2017

- Catalina Film Festival 2017

- Wildlife Conservation Film Festival 2017

- Awareness Festival 2017

Code Yellow is a documentary about the highly endangered Yellow-Eyed penguin, a species endemic to New Zealand. This film tries to uncover the reasons why they are moving toward extinction and expose the reality of their hardships on land. It shows the grim reality of their plight from the various perspectives of professional doctors, scientists, and caretakers who devote their time and energy to save this beautiful bird.


Photography Award

This is Hiroto Ohhara competing in the Vans 2015 US Open of Surfing on Aug. 2, 2015 in Huntington Beach, Calif. Ohhara does a bottom turn and goes completely vertical on the wave during the final. He took first place and became the first Japanese surfer to win the US Open of Surfing. This photograph won an Award of Excellence  in the 70th College Photographer of the Year competition for the Sports Action category.


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