April 17-26, 2020 • Fair Park and Select Venues • Dallas, TX
Thanks for your interest in the EarthxFilm Festival.
The 2019 event has concluded and we are busy preparing for 2020. Tickets, passes and festival guide for EarthxFilm Festival 2020 will be available here starting January of 2020. Be sure to save-the-dates of April 17-26, 2020 and then join us for another year of turning environmental awareness into action through films and emerging media.
Thanks for helping to Make Change Happen Here.
The Accidental Environmentalist: Catherine Flowers
She didn’t set out to become an environmentalist. But when Catherine Flowers began working to address social injustice, structural racism and the lack of sewage infrastructure in her native Lowndes County, Alabama, she found that the environment was inextricable from the rest.
After serving five years in Iraq, Will Robinson returned home a shattered person. He fell into a sea of depression and self-medication before deciding it was time to do something drastic. Three weeks later, he was on the Pacific Crest Trail.
The American Farm
Farming is one of the most important, yet challenging careers one can choose. The American Farm captures the trials and tribulations of those who work the earth in order to feed this country.
Every year in Canada’s far north, the polar bears of Western Hudson Bay are forced onshore in summer when the sea ice melts. In recent decades, their time on land has increased with the acceleration of climate change’s effects, putting them at risk for starvation, human interactions and death.
Be an EarthxFilm Cub Reporter
With direction from professional filmmakers, kids and young adults will get in front of the camera and behind the scenes to learn filmmaking basics, producing reports from the field at EarthX.
A paddle-board journey down a remote stretch of river in Western Nepal isn’t a typical spring break trip for a kid. But that’s exactly what climbing guide David Morton sets out to do with his 7-year-old son, Thorne, in the spring of 2018.
The Biggest Little Farm
John and Molly Chester were living in Santa Monica when they were forced to move from their apartment. What they moved to was a dream of sorts, a scratchy, tired farm less than an hour from Los Angeles.
The Black Mambas
The Black Mambas is an all-female anti-poaching unit based in the Kruger National Park in South Africa, where members are tasked with the crucial job of saving their country’s threatened rhino population from extinction.
There’s good reason humans have long been drawn to estuaries, places where river and sea meet. Now, another benefit of estuaries is beginning to be understood: their potential for capturing and storing massive amounts of carbon.
On a snowy and frigid swath of the European Arctic lies the border towns of Kirkenes in Norway and Nikel in Russia. They are separated by 25 miles of vast, sparse white land, and offer two starkly different perspectives on life.
Brotherhood of Skiing
In 1973, being a black skier was a lonely endeavor, one that came with racism and alienation. That year, the National Brotherhood of Skiers formed as a way to bring black skiers together to ski, celebrate and build community.
They snap power lines, topple buildings, inundate roads and smash the work of humans with cool indifference. But to behold a monster storm up close is to taste the infinite.