See One Earth Film Festival 2013 Official Selections below, sorted by screening date/time with locations. (See the at-a-glace schedule here.) Read the film synopses and view the trailers to start planning your festival weekend.
Tickets/reservations available now! Most events are free; suggested donation is $5 per film or $15 for unlimited films. As seating is limited we request that you RSVP by selecting the films that you plan to attend.
While we are making every effort to schedule each of the films listed here, sometimes problems arise that necessitate a change in the program. Therefore, please be aware that the films and schedule are subject to change.
Check back often for programming notes and updates.
Chasing Ice – Mon Feb 11, 7P (also Sat Mar 2, 10:30A at the Lake Theatre); Dominican University, Priory Auditorium: 7200 West Division Street, River Forest, IL
Food Patriots (70 mn rough cut) – Tue Feb 12, 7P – FAMILY (also Sun Mar 3, 12P – clip only); Washington Irving Elementary School: 1125 South Cuyler Avenue, Oak Park, IL
Black Gold – Thu Feb 21, 7P (clip) (also Sat Mar 2, 7P) with For the Price of a Cup of Coffee – Thu Feb 21, 7P and Fairtrade Africa – Thu Feb 21, 7P (also Sat Mar 2, 7P); Whole Foods Market – River Forest, 7245 Lake Street, River Forest, IL
7:00-9:30P: Speaker: Gerould Wilhelm, Ph.D., Principal Botanist/Ecologist of Conservation Design Forum, Inc. (“CDF”), with Young Filmmakers Contest high school winner, Lea Kichler’s “Let’s Talk About Water” with Declaration of Interdependence
10:30A: Chasing Ice – Rated PG-13 – Lake Theatre: 1022 Lake Street, Oak Park, IL; Sat Mar 2, 10:30A – obtain tickets at box office or online at http://oneearthff2013.eventbrite.com/
10:00A – 2:00P: FAMILY PROGRAMMING – All at: William Beye Elementary School Auditorium: 230 North Cuyler Avenue, Oak Park, IL
Young Children’s Program (Ages 3-6+) – 10A
Young Filmmakers Contest Program – Screening, Awards and Reception (All Ages) – 11A
Young Children’s Program (Ages 7-11+) – 12:30P
12:3oP: Designing Healthy Communities PBS Series: Searching for Shangri-La with Dying Green (Mature) Meet the filmmaker! Ellen Tripler will discuss her film, “Dying Green” with us!
3:00P: The Age of Stupid (Mature)
12:30P: Split Estate
3:ooP: Bikes Belong with Working Bikes and Contested Streets: Breaking New York City Gridlock
7:00P: Last Call at the Oasis – Rated PG-13 – The Carleton of Oak Park Hotel: 1110 Pleasant Street, Oak Park, IL
Immediately following both Saturday Evening Screenings, an after party/film discussion meet up: “Last Call at Barclay’s” – at Barclay’s American Grille, 1110 Pleasant Street, Oak Park, IL
12:00 noon: Ingredients: The Local Food Movement Takes Root with Food Patriots (70 mn rough cut)(clip only) – Program includes soup and bread meal sponsored by Sugar Beet Cooperative. FREE childcare for ages 3-10 with reservation: firstname.lastname@example.org. (see flyer)
12:30P: Surviving Progress with The Good Life
The views and opinions expressed in any film and/or discussion are those of the producers of the films and/or the persons making the statements during the film program and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of One Earth Film Festival or Green Community Connections or any of their sponsors.