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 Road to the Photo Ark
Knowing that capturing images of threatened species is critical not only to understanding them, but also to saving them, photographer Joel Sartore set out to document the extinction crisis through his project The Photo Ark.
Sea of Shadows
Mexico’s Sea of Cortez is under attack. Thousands of nets drift down, meant to snare the totoaba — whose bladder fetches huge sums of money on the Chinese black market. But the bycatch extends to all forms of marine life, including the earth’s smallest whale, the vaquita.
The Serengeti Rules
Beginning in the 1960s, a handful of young scientists headed into the wilderness, driven by their insatiable curiosity about how nature works.
Sharkwater Extinction follows filmmaker Rob Stewart and a posse of activists as they jet around the world to expose the shark fin and fishing industry that continue to drive the extinction of the species.
Beneath the vast blue expanse of the ocean, marine life depend on sound for survival, prosperity and communication. And collectively, sea animals create a vast symphony that fills the deep blue each day.
Take Back the Harbor
New York Harbor was once home to bountiful oyster production. Today, pollution and overfishing have left it a depleted place. Now a group of students have launched an ambitious program to restore it.
Take the Hill
Dick Grace is a man of intriguing contractions. He served in the U.S. Marines and later in life, befriended the Dalai Lama. He made a lot of money in finance, but gave most of it away.
There’s Something in the Water
Caddo Lake is the only natural lake in Texas, a swampy world home to a thriving and delicate ecosystem. But its future is threatened by the appearance of Giant Salvinia, an incredibly aggressive invasive plant from South America.
Thirst for Power
Thirst for Power, which is based on the book by Dr. Michael E. Webber, explores humanity’s long relationship with water, tracing the connection between water and energy through history.
This is the the Northland.
In the UK, there aren’t many undiscovered, untrammeled untouched places. But if you head north until the land almost runs out, to the tip of Scotland, you can find pockets of untamed, raw landscape.