Take a look at what it’s like to be a banana grower in Ecuador who benefits from fair trade, or a tea farmer in Japan. See how climate change is threatening sugar maple trees.

These 10 super-short films are the finalists in this year's Real Food Films contest, produced by Real Food Media, a collaboration of food and farming organizations led by educator Anna Lappe (one of TIME magazine's "Eco" Who's Who). A number of cash prizes are up for grabs, including the $500 People’s Choice, which you can vote for here through April 30.

Which film will you be voting for?

1. Beyond the Seal

A behind-the-scenes look at how fair trade practices benefit banana growers in southwestern Ecuador.

Beyond the Seal | 2016 Real Food Films Finalist from Real Food Media on Vimeo.

2. Farmed With Love

Meet Hou Xueying, a charming organic farmer near Shanghai who has defied her peers and built a successful operation where she grows rice, wheat and maize free from chemicals, fertilizers and pesticides. She raises ducks in her rice fields – they fertilize the crops, loosen the soil and kill pests. And it’s her dream to turn her farm into a school to teach children where vegetables come from. “Only conscious foodies can save the world,” she says at the film’s conclusion.

Farmed with Love | 2016 Real Food Films Finalist from Real Food Media on Vimeo.

3. The Kelly Street Garden

A community garden in South Bronx that started in 2011 has thrived, becoming not just a collaborative place to grow food but a place to teach the community wellness through fitness, cooking classes and arts.

The Kelly Street Garden | 2016 Real Food Films Finalist from Real Food Media on Vimeo.

4. Everybody Eats

There are many ways that groups across the country are collaborating to fight hunger, but this film focuses on one specific concept: community cafés, and the One World Everybody Eats restaurant model, which encourages people to pay what they want or can for meals.

Everybody Eats | 2016 Real Food Films Finalist from Real Food Media on Vimeo.

5. Saving Sap

Climate change is on the minds of everyone in the food industry and two New Hampshire families, who fear it could threaten the maple industry by affecting tree health and sapping season.

Saving Sap | 2016 Real Food Films Finalist from Real Food Media on Vimeo.