Reviews and Festivals
"This is an informative documentary that may spur young viewers to think and act. Other titles in the series include Everything Connects and Plastic is Forever. Recommended."
"The involvement of a teenage student in the development and presentation of this summary of the causes and consequences of climate change makes this accessible to environmental science students."— School Library Journal
. A hard-hitting video for middle school students that is current and clear in its message; climate change is not something we can choose to ignore or deny...Tipping Point
does a great job raising awareness and explaining things simply so everyone can take away the same messages."— Science Books and Films
"What is interesting about this film like its predecessor, Plastic is Forever
, is that it showcases many young people who are genuinely concerned and doing something on both a small and large scale to reduce the negative impacts of climate change on our planet."
— Educational Media Reviews Online
"Showcases our planet's next generation of change-makers — kids who are inspiring hope by making a positive difference all over the world. This inspiring film is recommended for ages 10 to 110!"
— Woods Hole Research Center
"Focus on our next generation of conservationists brings a fresh twist to this year's Wild and Scenic program."
— Tim Seifert, Executive Director San Juan Preservation Trust
"Dylan is my hero! Can we make him and all of his compatriots the world leaders right now? The sooner we get the young generation in charge, the better for us and the whole world!"
— Jason Scorse, Associate Professor Middlebury Institue of International Studies at Monterey
"It is just fantastic...I want the whole world to see this documentary."
— Carolyn Treadway, Climate Reality Project Mentor
"Dylan's new film ROCKS! Not to be missed."
— Heirs To Our Oceans
"One of the most unforgettable films I have seen this year. Unites us all in a common goal. Invites us to meet each other on a shared ground and with shared concerns."
— Cheryl Grant, filmmaker
International Wildlife Film Festival, Best Children's Film
Friday Harbor Film Festival, Local Hero Award
Wild and Scenic Film Festival
Friday Harbor Film Festival