Celebrate Earth Day with CEFF

Friday, April 22 – Earth Day Film Screening

One Night Only – Friday, April 22 at 7pm in-person at the Sie Film Center!

Join Colorado Environmental Film Festival and Denver Film as we celebrate Earth Day with 6 award-winning shorts and 1 feature film, opening up topics of concern and inspiration for our environment and planet.

Special Q&As with filmmakers between the films and one special panel conversation after the program with the audience and special guest experts!

Featured in the evening’s program:

  • Animals Habitat (1 min animated short)
  • Crisis (2 min animated short)
  • Soil Care is Climate Repair
  • Namaste (15 min)
  • Mapping Survival (30 min)
  • Nature’s Big Year (44 min)

Get your tickets today and join the conversation!

The Language of Trees Film Screening

Saturday, April 23 @ 6pm – 1553 Platte St. Denver (under the Highland bridge)

Join CEFF and the BRDG Project for a special Earth Day celebration with a free evening of film, art, and community – growing conversation and awareness around the beauty, health and understanding of trees! Explore the group show featuring 20 talented local artists and take in a film or two.

Featured Films

  • Koa Talking to Me – This National Park Service film follows a Hawaiian man’s love for one of the rarest and most threatened trees in the world. Junior’s connection with koa trees on his native island compels him to conserve and honor the spirt of fallen trees that would normally be wasted. His way of using the trees connects him to one of the oldest Hawaiian traditions.
  • Seas of Trees – Seas Of Trees is a tree-planting non-profit rooted in Telluride Colorado with the mission to plant as many trees as possible with as many youth as we can! Seas Of Trees won the EPA Presidents Environmental Youth Award in 2021.
  • Yoshino Ringyo –  Yoshino has been the breadbasket of Japan’s forestry for 500 years. Due to globalization and shifts in culture, however, the forestry industry has nearly collapsed and small villages are reliant on forestry are becoming ghost towns. This film explores the lives of Japanese foresters striving to keep this centuries-old tradition alive, determined not to be the village’s last.
  • Treeline – The film brings extraordinary forests in British Columbia, Japan and Nevada ‘to life’ through cinematic exploration of playful, yet powerful experience of gliding through each forest on snow. We accompany scientists who translate what the oldest trees have to teach us, illuminating the reciprocal bond between humanity and nature —  a relationship we can’t survive without.


Explore CEFF’s Earth Day Playlist!

Selected by CEFF’s programming team from the great archive of past CEFF films, this special Colorado Earth Day collection features inspiring films that will energize you and inspire action!

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