Film Series

Project Info

Project Description

Thank you to our Sponsor Partner:
Clark County Green Neighbors

Our Film Series has been bringing environmental documentaries to the community for over a decade. Although we are not able to meet in person to watch these films, we have several upcoming films for you and your household to watch at home!

 

Mar
21
Sun
Film Series 2021: The Pollinators
Mar 21 @ 6:00 am – Mar 23 @ 11:00 pm
Film Series 2021: The Pollinators

Save the date! We are excited to announce that March’s Film will be “The Pollinators“. Prior registration is required to watch the film. Space is limited!

Registration instructions:
1. Go to this link to register
2. Click on the button that says “Pre-order now for free”
3. Enter password: TWA21
4. A reminder email will be sent to you 24 hours before viewing begins

The Pollinators takes you on a cinematic journey around the United States following migratory beekeepers and their truckloads of honey bees as they pollinate the flowers that become the fruits, nuts and vegetables we all eat.

Click here to watch the trailer!

This film series is made possible by our partners at Clark County Green Neighbors.

 

Apr
25
Sun
Film Series 2021: Run Wild Run
Apr 25 @ 6:00 am – Apr 27 @ 11:00 pm
Film Series 2021: Run Wild Run

Save the date! We are excited to announce that April’s Film will be “Run Wild Run“. Prior registration is required to watch the film. Space is limited!

Registration instructions:
1. Go to this link to register
2. Click on the button that says “Pre-order now for free”
3. Enter password: TWA21
4. A reminder email will be sent to you 24 hours before viewing begins

Run Wild Run Free takes the viewer through the history to the present of Wild and Scenic as told through experts, grassroots organizers, white water enthusiasts, and members of the Nez Perce tribe in Idaho.

Today in a polarized political climate new designations and river protections have stalled even though there is no time in history more important then now to protect our freshwater ecosystems. We hope this film will inspire and educate people across the country to protect their home river under Wild and Scenic so we can continue this important legacy for future generations to come.

Click here to watch the trailer

This film series was made possible by our partners at Clark County Green Neighbors.

May
23
Sun
2021 Film Series: Mossville – When Great Trees Fall
May 23 @ 6:00 am – May 25 @ 11:00 pm
2021 Film Series: Mossville - When Great Trees Fall

Save the date! We are excited to announce that May’s Film will be Mossville: When Great Trees Fall“. Prior registration is required to watch the film. Space is limited!

Registration instructions:
1. Go to this link to register
2. Click on the button that says “Pre-order now for free”
3. Enter password: TWA21
4. A reminder email will be sent to you 24 hours before viewing begins

Mossville, Louisiana is a shadow of its former self – a community rich in natural resources and history, founded by formerly enslaved people and free people of color – where neighbors lived in harmony, insulated from the horrors of Jim Crow. Today, however, Mossville no longer resembles the town it once was. Surrounded by 14 petrochemical plants, Mossville is the future site of apartheid-born South African-based chemical company Sasol’s newest plant – proposed as a $21.2 billion project and the largest in the western hemisphere.

Click here to watch the trailer!

This film series was made possible by our partners at Clark County Green Neighbors.

Jun
20
Sun
Film Series 2021: Common Ground – The Story of Bears Ears
Jun 20 @ 6:00 am – Jun 22 @ 11:00 pm
Film Series 2021: Common Ground - The Story of Bears Ears

Save the date! We are excited to announce that June’s Film will be “Common Ground: The Story of Bears Ears. Prior registration is required to watch the film. Space is limited!

Registration instructions:
1. Go to this link to register
2. Click on the button that says “Pre-order now for free”
3. Enter password: TWA21
4. A reminder email will be sent to you 24 hours before viewing begins

The film’s goal is to humanize a polarizing issue, depicting the deep pull within us all to connect with our wild lands. It seeks to bring clarity to the complex and divisive arguments surrounding Bears Ears, revealing the common ground between opposing ideologies: love and awe of a beloved land.

Click here to watch the trailer!

This film series was made possible by our partners at Clark County Green Neighbors.