The Fourth Annual EcoFocus Film Festival is Here!
A Celebration of Environmental Films, Enlightening Discussion and Inspiring Events

INDIVIDUAL SCREENING TICKETS:
$5.00 - General Admission

OPENING / CLOSING EVENT TICKETS:
$15.00 - General Admission

FESTIVAL PASSES:

5-FILM PUNCH PASS: $20

10-FILM PUNCH PASS: $40

ALL-ACCESS PASS: $65


FILM SCREENING SCHEDULE

Friday March 23

Opening Night Film Buck and Anna, Emma and the Condors and Party, Ciné, 7pm, $15
enjoy snacks by The National


Saturday March 24

Screening of Urban Roots and Chasing Water, 2pm, Ciné, $5

Screening of Semper Fi: Always Faithful and Leonid’s Story, 5pm, Ciné, $5

Bike Film Event The Okra Planter, With My Own Two Wheels, and Riding Bikes with the Dutch, 7:30pm, Ciné, $5

After-Party with Special Musical Guest Hope for a Golden Summer, 7:30pm, Little Kings, $5


Sunday March 25

Screening of Solartaxi - Around the World with the Sun and The Last Sun, 1pm, Ciné, $5

EcoKids Short Films: Amazonia, Animal Beatbox, Ride of the Mergansers, Papiroflexia, Timber, India Explains Solar Power to Rudy, Don’t be a Trash Can!, The Last Sun, On the Beat - Soata (No Baque - Soata), Shark Riddle, 1pm, CinéLab, $5

Screening of The Clean Bin Project and Song of the Spindle, 3pm, Ciné, Free

Screening of This Way of Life and 10,000 Trees, 5pm, Ciné, $5

Screening of The City Dark and Our Tomorrow, 7:15pm, Ciné, $5


Tuesday March 27

Special Free Screening and Discussion of Blood in the Mobile, 7pm, UGA Miller Learning Center Room 171, Free


Wednesday March 28

EcoFocus Selection from the Peabody Awards Archive: Paradise Saved, 7pm, Richard B. Russel Special Collections Library, Free


Thursday March 29

Night at the Museum - Sushi: The Global Catch and eel*water*rock*man, 6pm, Georgia Museum of Art, Free
followed by a discussion with filmmaker Mark Hall, local restaurateur Peter Dale of The National, and fisheries biologist Dr. Duncan Elkins


Friday March 30

Screening of The Clean Bin Project and Song of the Spindle, 2pm, Ciné, Free

Screening of If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front and Journey to the Forest, 7pm, Ciné, $5

Screening of Revenge of the Electric Car and Second Hand, 9:30pm, Ciné, $5


Saturday March 31

Screening of Food Stamped and Potato Heads: Keepers of the Crop, 1pm, Ciné, $5

Energy Double Feature: Drying for Freedom and Pipe Dreams, 3pm, Ciné, $5

Ecofocus Short Films: Second Hand, Propositions for an Uncertain Future, eel*water*rock*man, Chasing Water, The Last Sun, Timber, 10,000 Trees, Song of the Spindle

Closing Night Film You’ve Been Trumped and Song of the Spindle and Awards Party, 7:30pm, Cine, $15
enjoy snacks by The National