The One Earth Film Festival is coming to Chicagoland, March 7-9, 2014, with pre-Fest screenings beginning mid-February, at more than 2 dozen locations in Chicago and near-West suburbs. The Midwest’s premier environmental film festival drew over 2,000 viewers last year, is produced by Green Community Connections, and features 30 films on topics such as food, water, waste, conservation, energy, and activism. Come explore, whether you are already committed to environmental action or just learning about sustainability.
Enjoy post-film discussions and activities with topic experts to glean additional insights and get practical advice for taking next steps. Transformative films include “GMO OMG,” “Blackfish,” “More Than Honey,” “Harmony,” Trashed” (to be screened at Roosevelt’s Chicago Campus the evening of March 8th), and more. Plus, engaging children’s films. One Earth Film Festival films are almost all FREE, and promise something meaningful for everyone — adults, teens, families and children.