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.
Feel of Vision
after Lonnie Bedwell was blinded in a hunting accident, he discovered a new freedom and possibility in whitewater kayaking. And it wasn’t long before he was shattering boundaries. Bedwell became the first blind person to kayak the entire length of the Colorado River.
Thailand’s seafood industry is one of the largest in the world. But years of illegal and invasive fishing have forced boats further and further from shore, leaving then chronically undermanned. And an insidious solution has emerged: human traffickers sell captives into slavery on the ships.
Dr. Konrad Steffan, one of the world’s leading climate scientists, has witnessed firsthand the steady march of climate change — he’s been monitoring the melting of Greenland’s Ice Sheet for over 25 years.
When Doug Peacock returned from serving in Vietnam, he was broken. So he went to the only place he felt comfortable: the wilderness. And slowly, he found solace in the hulking, powerful, humbling presence of grizzly bears.
Hot Science: The Science of Superheroes
What’s really happening when Thor’s hammer hits the shield, when Monica Rambeau changes her matter into light, or when Iron Man discovers a breakthrough in his equipment? Well, it’s science.
Into the Canyon
When photojournalist Pete Mcbride and author Kevin Fedarko set out to hike the entire length of the Grand Canyon, they learn the hard way why only a handful of humans have pulled off the feat.
She swore like a sailor, sang like a canyon wren, fought with her whole heart and was never afraid to explore canyon country naked. Katie Lee was a spitfire activist, river goddess and folk-singing warrior for wild places.
In Kenya’s Ol Pejeta Conservancy, rangers devote their lives to caring for and protecting Sudan, the last male white rhino, along with Sudan’s daughter and granddaughter. It’s a privilege and duty they take seriously, no matter how fruitless it can seem.