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.
In a pond, one tadpole is left behind after all his siblings grow into frogs. And what begins as a lonely ordeal turns into an adventure of growing up.
A Letter to Congress
In 1960, writer Wallace Stegner penned a letter to Congress about the crucial role of wilderness, “Something will have gone out of us as a people if we ever let the remaining wilderness be destroyed,” he wrote.
Life of Pie
Fruita, Colorado, was a sleepy farm town on Colorado’s conservative Western Slope. Then Jen Zeuner and Ann Keller arrived. The mountain biking power couple are living proof that great things can come from chasing your passions.
A New View of the Moon
This short film featuring Wylie Overstreet offers irrefutable proof of the importance of gazing into the heavens, admiring the moon and getting lost in the infinity of the universe.
Panel Discussion: Naturally Inspired
Immersive storytelling has proven to have incredible impact for causes. In this panel, virtual reality filmmakers will talk about how they inspire audiences to fall in love with nature — which in turn translates into real-world actions to protect our planet.
Panel Discussion: Tech to the Rescue
Filmmakers and virtual reality platforms use technology to document the most pressing environmental issues of the modern age. How are experts in tech helping VR filmmakers document elephant rescues, record coral restoration efforts and prevent poaching? Join a discussion with with world renowned filmmakers and global brands on the exciting ways tech is driving impact.
Paris to Pittsburgh
From coastal cities to America’s heartland, Paris to Pittsburgh celebrates how Americans are demanding and developing real solutions in the face of climate change.
Renewal: Think Like a Scientist
On the Elwha River, groundbreaking restoration science is happening every day. That’s because it’s the site of the largest dam removal project in history.
The River and the Wall
Ben Masters sets out to navigate the 1,200 miles of the border between the USA and Mexico to understand how this wilderness would be affected by the wall proposed by President Donald Trump.