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2022 One Earth Film Festival (Mar 12)

Saturday, March 12, 2022
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Event Type:
One Earth Film Festival
Location Details:
Virtual Climate and Ecology Film Festival - FREE


March 5-13, 2022

Join us for the 11th annual One Earth Film Festival, with virtual screenings on
March 5-13, 2022. We are the Midwest’s premier environmental film festival,
and we are turning the tide on climate change and environmental racism this year.

We are presenting 17 virtual watch parties. Each watch party includes expert panel discussions that will equip you with ways to take action on the world’s most pressing environmental problems.

Tickets are free. We suggest an $8 donation to help us keep these events free to all.



"Here We Stand"

Sat, March 12, 2022 @ 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM PST

RSVP double feature:

Chris Cresci/2020/10 min/Environmental & Social Justice, Conservation, People & Cultures

FILM DESCRIPTION: Join Teresa Baker and a group of diverse outdoor leaders as they become the first members of the public to explore Harold Richardson Redwoods Reserve, a massive, newly discovered, old growth redwood grove recently protected by Save The Redwoods League. #EveryoneOutside is focused on creating a more inclusive and culturally diverse outdoor community by elevating the profiles, work, and stories of marginalized athletes, leaders, organizations, and affinity groups, as well as empowering minority members of our community by increasing access to essential outdoor skills and activities.

Will screen with Understory: A Journey Through the Tongass.

"Understory: A Journey Through the Tongass"

Sat, March 12, 2022 @ 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM PST

RSVP double feature:

Margarida Cardoso/2021/40 min/Conservation, Wildlife, Health

FILM DESCRIPTION: Understory follows three women who set sail on a 350 mile expedition through Alaska’s massive Tongass National Forest. With individual connections to the rainforest, their goal is to explore how clearcut logging in this coastal rainforest could affect local communities and our planet’s climate while taking audiences on a journey through the beautiful, wild Tongass.

Will screen with Here We Stand.

Young Filmmakers Contest Awards Celebration

Sat, March 12, 2022 @ 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM PST


"Once upon a time I conquered," said the Climate Catastrophe. "Once upon a time I changed the story," Climate Activists replied. —Vanessa Nakate

We invite you to join us for the 10th season of the Young Filmmakers Contest Awards & Screenings. You'll see the incredible films of motivated and inspired young people from ages 8 to 25. Their efforts show us there is a new generation of talented and wise environmental leaders and communicators. Join us at the premiere screenings of the winning films, to be inspired by their creativity, and to learn more about the non-profit organizations that will benefit from matching grants the winners receive. Founding Director of the One Earth Young Filmmakers Contest Sue Crothers will introduce guest host, Adam Joel, of Aggressively Compassionate, for another entertaining awards event.

Recommended for ages 8+ general audiences. Youth, Family

"Inhabitants: Indigenous Perspectives on Restoring Our World"

Sat, March 12, 2022 @ 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM PST


Costa Boutsikaris and Anna Palmer/2020/76 min/Health, Sustainable Food-Agriculture, Historical Perspectives

FILM DESCRIPTION: Inhabitants follows five Native American Tribes as they restore their relationships to the land using ancient practices that nurture life. For millennia Native Americans stewarded and shaped their landscapes, but centuries of colonization have disrupted their ability to maintain traditional land management practices. From deserts, coastlines, forests, mountains and prairies, Native communities are restoring their ancient relationships with the land. As the climate crisis escalates, these time-tested practices of North America's original inhabitants are becoming increasingly essential in a rapidly changing world.
Added to the calendar on Wed, Feb 9, 2022 10:20AM
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