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.
Climbing out of a Disaster
Bryant Huffman was a climbing guide in Puerto Rico who spent his days scaling the cliffs and boulders of the island. When Hurricane Maria swept through, Huffman and his friends employed their rigging skills to clear trees, retrieve belongings and help the island on its long path of recovery.
Colors of Change
Zaria Forman creates vibrant, hyper-realistic and large-scale landscape art that documents Earth’s changing climate. Her muse is Greenland, with its collapsing ice fields, lone bergs, crumpled glaciers and slate waters.
Cooked: Survival by Zip Code
Judith A. Helfand takes viewers on a journey from the deadly 1995 Chicago heat wave to the extreme weather, extreme disparity and the politics of disaster that define today’s modern era, posing the question: What if a zip code was just a number, and not a life-or-death sentence?
Cowboys and Scientists
Thirty years ago, an unlikely partnership in Florida sparked an innovative mission: Cowboys and scientists working together to advance scientific discovery on a 10,000-acre working cattle ranch.
Jess Kilroy spent years touring as a musician, but something was missing. So she branched out to become a field recordist. Today, she records the soundscapes of open lands and incorporates those auditory elements into her music.
Tim Paule and Nicole Lindsey purchase vacant lots in Detroit and convert them into urban bee farms. Their work promotes the natural world, and is helping rebuild inner-city communities, one hive at a time.
In Dolphin Reef, Disneynature dives under the sea to frolic with some of the planet's most engaging animals: dolphins.
Iowa is facing an existential crisis: following years of intensive fertilizer use on its farms, more than half of the state’s waterways do not meet federal quality standards.
On Colombia’s Pacific Coast, a mother struggles to teach her daughter, Dulce, how to swim. It’s an essential skill in this region, where livelihoods are made on the sea and rising tides have swept entire villages away.
In 1968, the Apollo 8 Mission lifted off, representing an audacious plan to become humanity’s first trip around the moon. As the crew entered deep space, they were awed by what they saw behind them: Earth.