This year’s One Earth Film Festival will feature 30-plus environmental documentaries intended to foster understanding of climate change, sustainability and the power of people to make a difference. Now in its fourth year, the festival, set for March 6 through 8, will screen films at multiple locations around Chicago and the near west suburbs of Oak Park, River Forest and Forest Park. Most films are free and open to the public.
The Festival is a production of Green Community Connections, a grass-roots organization devoted to creating a sustainable future in the Chicago metropolitan area. More information is posted at www.oneearthfilmfest.org.