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Sunday
22
APR

Join us for an Earth Day film fest + panel discussion

18:00
21:00

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Join Colorado Public Television 12 and the Colorado Environmental Film Festival (CEFF) on Sunday, April 22, at the Alamo Drafthouse Denver for a special Earth Day Feature and Shorts Screening and Q&A Event! This inspiring evening will showcase local CEFF award-winning films and will include appearances and Q&A by the filmmakers.

Tickets only $12 and on Sale Now! Reserve your seat today! https://drafthouse.com/denver/show/cpt12-presents-colorado-environmental-film-festival-shorts

Alamo Drafthouse
4255 W. Colfax Avenue.
Denver, 80204.

6pm- Cocktail Hour
7pm- Screening

PROGRAM

WATER (4 min)

IT ONLY NEEDS DEFENDERS (10 min) - To celebrate Wilderness Workshop’s 50th anniversary and the continuing tradition of conservation, IT ONLY NEEDS DEFENDERS features wilderness lovers speaking from the heart about why public lands are critical.

THE SHAMAN AND THE SCIENTIST (16 min)

RISING VINES (6 min) - The future of tropical vines could influence the trajectory of global warming. Tropical vines are becoming more common in the Americas, but no one knows exactly why. Ecologist Stefan Schnitzer is seeking an answer in a jungle in Panama.

HOW WE GROW (65 min) - HOW WE GROW is a film about ambitious young farmers building community around locally grown food.