Screening of Merchants of Doubt, based on the book by Dr. Naomi Oreskes. Afterwards, there will be a Q&A time and an opportunity to write a letter to your member of Congress for climate action.

BEARTREK is a conservation story wrapped in an adventure. Follow adventurer and renowned biologist Chris Morgan on an epic and entertaining journey to find the world's most elusive and endangered bears. Discover the threats facing them in the wild, meet the dedicated people racing to save them from extinction, and join the campaign to protect bears and their habitat.

Free.

Join EarthxFilm and the Dallas Farmers Market to celebrate the Inaugural Half-Earth Day event with a Taco Throwdown and a screening of the film Charged. 

Free. Please RSVP! There will also be Spanish subtitles available.

Pack a blanket and a chair for a night under the stars.

Screening and Taco Throwdown will take place on S. Pearl Expy, in front of Rex's Seafood at the Dallas Farmers Market. In case of inclement weather, the screening will be held under the Shed at Dallas Farmers Market.

Screening begins at sunset. Duration 1 hour 26 minutes.

Learn about creatures of the night (moths/owls) at this family-friendly event. We will attract and identify moths, investigate owl pellets and offer nature crafts and games. Our nature store will be open for shopping. Free for members, $5 for non-members, ages 2+.

The Guardians is 56-minute documentary that provides insight into the fight to protect monarch butterflies and their Mexico homeland.

Screenings at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Albatross filmmaker and artist Chris Jordan created a powerfully moving love story about birds on Midway Island in the Pacific whose bodies are filled with ocean plastic. Come experience a meditative look at both the destructive power of our culture of mass consumption and the beauty of the natural world.

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The CEO of an energy company sets his family into a state of flux with a staggering secret while dealing with a much larger crisis at work. Denial tells exactly the kind of complex, deeply personal story about climate change we need at this moment.

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Free

The Okavango is one of the last untouched refuges for wildlife on the planet, showing visitors “what the world used to be without us,” says conservation biologist Steve Boyes. It cannot survive the loss of any freshwater arteries. The film chronicles Boyes’ trip down the headwaters of Angola’s keystone Cuito River into the delta. Perhaps his team’s biggest discovery is that the peat bogs into which the Cuito seems to disappear hold enough water to supply the Delta with the 2.5 trillion gallons it needs annually.

In our continuing film series to promote environmental awareness, acclaimed National Geographic photographer James Balog, once a skeptic about climate change, deploys revolutionary time-lapse cameras to capture a multi-year record of the world's changing glaciers and communicate the evidence of accelerated changes through visual media designed to engage the public. 

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In our semi-monthly filming to advance climate change awareness, we have selected two episodes of Harrison Ford's series "The years of living dangerously."  "Uprouted," Episode 2.3, is narrated by Tom Friedman and others and highlights the desertification underway in central Africa and the Middle East, with discussion of efforts improve the situation. "A Race Against Time," Episode 2.1, is narrated by David Letterman and addresses progress and challenges to adoption of solar energy solutions across the globe.  

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