One Earth Film Festival Promotes the Power of We
The ninth annual One Earth Film Festival will be held March 6 through 15 at more than 40 locations in Chicago and throughout Cook, DuPage and Lake counties with the theme of The Power of We to address the climate crisis. The family-friendly festival will feature screenings for children as young as age 3. Winning entries selected in the festival’s Young Filmmakers contest will be announced at 11 a.m., March 7, at the Gene Siskel Theater, in downtown Chicago.
The environmental film festival will screen 26 thoughtfully curated and powerfully compelling documentaries. Among the 2020 films are Cooked: Survival by Zip Code, 2040: The Regeneration, Beyond Climate, Seasons of Change on Henry’s Farm, Right to Harm and Thirst for Power.
Screenings will take place at Navy Pier, Shedd Aquarium, Northwestern University, Loyola University, Pickwick Theater, Trinity United Church of Christ, Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, the Chicago Cultural Center, Austin Branch Library, Experimental Station and other sites.
Theme: The Power of We. The environmental film festival will screen 26 thoughtfully curated and powerfully compelling documentaries. Screenings will take place at more than 40 locations t... Read More »