Academy Award Nomination 2010: Best Short Film (Animation)
Orlando Film Festival: Best Animated Film
Big Muddy Film Festival: Best Animated Film
USA Film Festival: Finalist
Spokane International Film Festival: Silver SpIFFy

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Synopsis
Presented in the style of a 1950s educational film, "Let's Pollute" is a modern satire on how pollution is our heritage and keeps our economy growing strong. After a brief history of the pollution imperative from before the Industrial Revolution to the present, “Let’s Pollute” follows a nuclear family polluting its way through an average day. By connecting wasteful consumerism with its corporate allies and dire environmental consequences, the film instructs us all how to be better polluters for a better, more blighted tomorrow.
(Running time: 6½ minutes)
Upcoming Screenings and Events
"Let's Pollute" in theaters now!
Shorts International presents The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2011

All of the Oscar-nominated shorts can be seen on screens nationwide throughout February. Check the website for dates and locations. (Flash required)

February 26- Washington, DC
"Let's Pollute," and the other Best Animated Short nominees, will be presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, at the Showcase of Nominated Documentaries and Shorts, hosted by the National Archives Experience, 3:20 p.m., William G. McGowan Theater, 700 Pennsylvania Avenue NW. Note: Free admission! First come, first served seating. Click here for more information.