One Earth Film Fest 2016 held at Windsor Church
Held: Sunday March 6th 3:30 pm/ Windsor Park Lutheran Church/ Tickets
2619 E. 76th St. Chicago
This short film will be paired with Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective. Stay after the films for discussion and to hear from GreenCorps Chicago, as they share about youth summer job opportunities, some in the fields of sustainability. Also learn about green activities, and hear about concrete, local opportunities for action from Faith in Place and other relevant advocacy groups. Facilitator: Wendy Williams.
FILM DESCRIPTION: Organic gardener and vegan chef Ietef Vita is an award winning international recording artist and activist who uses Hip-Hop culture to inspire young people to connect to the earth by teaching them how to grow food and cultivate healthy eating habits. Through his lyrics and gardens, Ietef is planting the seeds of the food movement extending from his hometown of Denver, Colo., to across the globe. Watch From Gangs to Gardens trailer below.
One Earth Film Fest 2016 Films and Schedule are here!
One Earth Film Fest returns March 4-6, 2016 for its milestone 5th annual event. The festival will showcase 35 thought-provoking films on a variety of environmental topics in the Chicagoland area. One Earth brings you engaging films that will educate and inspire. Each screening is followed by interactive discussion and may also include Q&A with filmmakers, local experts and opportunities for action. Check below for more information on One Earth 2016’s film programs and fest weekend schedule. While almost all screenings are FREE with suggested donation of $5 per screening, advanced ticket reservations are recommended. Get tickets for screenings now.