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One Earth 2016 For the Family

One Earth has something the whole family can enjoy!

 

This year’s 2016 One Earth Film Fest will have something for everyone, even our youngest viewers. It’s never too early to become an environmentalist. Have fun with your children and enjoy fun, educational films at this year’s film fest. We will have films for general audiences and films for children and teens. Each screening will be accompanied by a fun program that kids will enjoy. Stay tuned for more program information. See One Earth’s Family & Youth Screenings below!

 

Films and Programs Ages 3-6+

Saturday March 5th 10 am: Young Children’s International Short Films (ages 3-6+) at Oak Park Public Library, 834 Lake Street, Oak Park

 

Films and programs great for the whole family!

Saturday March 5th 11:30am: Saving My Tomorrow (Family Film!), Oak Park Public Library, 834 Lake St, Oak Park

Saturday March 5th 3pm: Saving My Tomorrow, Prairie Crossing Charter School, 1531 Jones Point Rd, Grayslake

Saturday March 5th 3pm: Young Filmmakers Contest Films & Awards High School (Read more HERE)

Sunday March 6th 12:30: Young Filmmakers Contest Films & Awards Grades 3-8 (Read more HERE)

 

Films & Programs Recommended for Middle School/ Teens

Visit “The True Cost” for descriptions, trailer and schedule information.

Visit “My Stuff“for descriptions, trailer and schedule information.

Visit “Black Ice” for descriptions, trailer and schedule information.

A Past Festival attendee said:

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 “As a filmmaker passionate about environmental issues, I was particularly impressed with our post-screening moderator’s laser-like focus on discussing actionable behavior with the audience. . . . The One Earth Film Festival isn’t just about showing great films, it’s about getting people to make meaningful connections with others, and get motivated to make a difference in this world.

-- Dave Mrazek, Filmmaker, “From Billions to None: The Passenger Pigeon's Flight to Extinction,” shown at the 2015 One Earth Film Festival.