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LRNow Environmental Film Festival January 19 – February 16 

All films start at 2 PM on Sunday afternoons. All seats are general admission.

Individual movie --$12  Five Movie Pass --$50

BiggestFarmWEB

THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM

JANUARY 19, 2020 AT 2PM

A couple are followed through their successes and failures as they work to develop a sustainable farm on 200 acres outside of Los Angeles. Over the years, the desolate land they purchase begins to thrive and is transformed.

PittsburghWEB

PARIS TO PITTSBURGH

JANUARY 26, 2020 AT 2PM

Paris to Pittsburgh brings to life the impassioned efforts of individuals who are battling the most severe threats of climate change in their own backyards. Set against the national debate over the United States' energy future - and the Trump administration's explosive decision to exit the Paris Climate Agreement - the film captures what's at stake for communities around the country and the inspiring ways Americans are responding. 

FishpeopleWEB

FISHPEOPLE

FEBRUARY 2, 2020 AT 2PM

To some, the ocean is a fearsome place. But to others, it’s a limitless world of fun, freedom and opportunity where life can be lived to the full. A new documentary presented by Patagonia and directed by Keith Malloy, Fishpeople tells the stories of a unique cast of characters who have dedicated their lives to the sea. From surfers and spearfishers to a long distance swimmer, a former coal miner and a group of at-risk skis, it’s a film about the transformative effects of time spent in the ocean – and how we can leave our limitations behind to find deeper meaning in the saltwater wilderness that lies just beyond the shore. 

InventingTomorrowWEB

INVENTING TOMORROW

FEBRUARY 9, 2020 AT 2PM

Passionate teenage innovators from around the world create cutting-edge solutions to confront environmental threats. 

LookSeeWEB

LOOK & SEE

FEBRUARY 16, 2020 AT 2PM

Look & See is a cinematic portrait of the changing landscapes and shifting values of rural America in the era of industrial agriculture, as seen through the mind's eye of the beloved writer and poet Wendell Berry.