Melting Stars

Melting Stars unravels the mystery behind one of the most catastrophic species die offs in recorded history. In 2013 scuba divers off the West coast of British Columbia discovered that the star fish were dying in the millions and suffering horrific deaths. They were disintegrating into goo on the ocean floor and the environmental balance of the marine ecosystem was being changed. Soon the immensity of this epidemic came to light and what researchers had dubbed the Sea Star Wasting Syndrome was n

Director: Kate Green

Vancouver based Kate Green has a passion for telling good stories. Either it be through producing or directing fiction, non-fiction, or high action factual television.
Kate has worked on numerous television programs including W Network's Shannon & Sophie and Game of Homes, CBC's Keeping Canada Alive, Keeping Canada Safe, and Still Standing, HGTV's Urban Suburban, and Strangers in Danger for Fuel TV in the USA.
In 2012 Kate produced a short drama thriller Shadowplay, which received a nomination for best short drama at the New York International Film Festival, Yorkton Film Festival, and the Leo Awards. It went on to win a Special Jury Award at the Houston International Film Festival.
Kate has also helped produced many award winning short films and is excited to premier a comedy, Uniforms, in the summer of 2017.
Kate’s most recent documentary Not A Stranger has just completed it festival run and was nominated for Best ‘Made in Canada’ Short at Northwestfest in Edmonton and won Audience Choice at Vancouver Short Film Festival.
Kate is a proud Alumna of Women in the Director’s Chair, National Screen Institute, Reykjavik International Talent Lab, and the University of British Columbia.

Canada United States
14 Min.
Director: Kate Green
Cinematography: Sarah Thomas Moffat
Editing: Tyler F. Gamsby
Music: Mario Varia
Producer: Kate Green (KGP Films)
Nominations: Audience Award Best Short Film 2017
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