World Turtle Day Film Festival

Mount Hope Farm 250 Metacom Ave., Bristol, RI

In celebration of World Turtle Day, the Rhode Island Natural History Survey and Mount Hope Farm will host a screening of four short films about turtle conservation in New England, including the award-winning Turtles on the Hill by University of Rhode Island professor of journalism Jason Jaacks and student Carolyn Pralle.

Climate Future Film Festival

Jamestown Arts Center 18 Valley St., Jamestown, RI

See 10 short films from four continents in two hours explore the artistic and human response to climate change. Drama, documentary, dark comedy, and award-winning animation address the many possible climate futures, exposing a range of interior responses — optimism and cynicism, climate denial and climate grief, rage and heartbreak, resilience and resolve. These ten […]

$10

Screening of ‘Common Ground’

Jane Pickens Theater 49 Touro St., Newport, RI

Aquidneck Community Table (ACT) will present of ‘Common Ground," a documentary film featuring the regenerative agricultural movement—farming based on working with nature rather than against it. The film profiles a hopeful look at a diverse group of farmers who use regenerative models of agriculture to balance climate challenges, save our health, and stabilize America’s economy […]

The Climate Future Film Festival

Woodman Center 250 Lloyd Ave., Providence

Moses Brown is proud to present the Providence premiere of the Climate Future Film Festival, hosted by Moses Brown's  Upper School Environmental Council. The festival features 10 short films from four continents that explore the artistic and human response to climate change. Climate activist and journalist Bill McKibben, co-founder of 350.org and founder of Third […]

Inundation District Film Screening

New Bedford Whaling Museum 18 Johnny Cake Hill, New Bedford, Massachusetts

In a time of rising seas and intensifying storms, one of the world’s wealthiest, most-educated cities made a fateful decision to spend billions of dollars erecting a new district along its coast — on landfill, at sea level. Unlike other places imperiled by climate change, this neighborhood of glass towers housing some of the world’s […]

2024 RI Nature Video Festival

Rhode Island College

The Environment Council of Rhode Island, Rhode Island Natural History Survey, Rhode Island College Environmental Club, Ocean State Film Society, and the Rhode Island College Film Studies Program will hold the seventh annual RI Nature Video Festival. Nature video footage from people, novice to professional, has been compiled into a 60-minute show, and will be […]

Film Screening of “Digging In”

Warwick Central Library 600 Sandy Lane, Warwick, RI

Westbay Community Action will be showing the film "Digging In." Call 401-921-4009 or email [email protected] to RSVP. From land ownership to corporate control, from the hollowing out of rural America to paying the price of a changing climate, the film explores the American food system.

Movie showing of Digging In

Warwick Central Library 600 Sandy Lane, Warwick, RI

The movie explores corporate control of American farming and destruction of rural America.

Napatree Film Festival

Westerly Library 44 Broad St., Westerly

Join us for an exciting film festival highlighting the natural history, beauty, and importance of the Napatree Point Conservation Area. Discover the vital role this area plays in conserving plants and animals, explore its unique geological features, and learn about the various activities that take place within the conservation area. Meet the scientists and conservation […]

International Ecoperformance Film Festival, R.I. Edition: Zooming Out

Martinos Auditorium Brown University, Providence

The International Ecoperformance Film Festival: Rhode Island Edition is an offshoot of the International Ecoperformance Film Festival, which originated in Saō Paulo, Brazil, as an artistic response to the ecopolitical challenges of the 21st century. The festival aims to introduce the concept of ecoperformance to the local community through three days of events. This screening […]

International Ecoperformance, R.I. Edition: Zooming In

Martinos Auditorium Brown University, Providence

The International Ecoperformance Film Festival: Rhode Island Edition is an offshoot of the International Ecoperformance Film Festival, which originated in Saō Paulo, Brazil, as an artistic response to the ecopolitical challenges of the 21st century. The festival aims to introduce the concept of ecoperformance to the local community through three days of events. This screening […]

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