Self-billed as “the Midwest’s premier environmental film festival,” the One Earth Film Festival returns this year from March 6-15. This year’s theme is the intersection of environmental and racial justice this year.
Reset learns more about the festival from Reset sustainability contributor Karen Weigert and those involved in the week-long event.
GUESTS: Karen Weigert, vice president at Chicago-based Slipstream and former chief sustainability officer for the City of Chicago.
Ana Garcia-Doyle, founder and executive director, One Earth Film Festival
Fenell Doremus, producer of the documentary “Cooked: Survival by Zip Code”
Patrick Thomas Keen, digital media creator, student at Columbia College Chicago, creator of “Tossed: Waste and Recycling Quiz” (screening at the 2020 One Earth Film Festival)
Andrea Densham, senior director of conservation policy and advocacy, Shedd Aquarium