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One Earth Film Fest 2022

Location: Online and at Different NIC Churches - See list below

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Join the NIC Eco-Sustainability Task Force and One Earth Collective for the 11th annual One Earth Film Festival, March 4-13, 2022.

Learn about and protect God’s creation. Please attend these virtual and in-person events.

  • My Octopus Teacher
    Sunday, March 6 online/virtually and at Urban Village Church, River Forest
  • On the Fenceline: A Fight for Clean Air and
    The Sacrifice Zone: Life in an Industrial Wasteland
    Sunday, March 6 online/virtually and at Euclid United Methodist Church, Oak Park
  • Inhabitants: Indigenous Perspectives on Restoring Our World
    Saturday, March 12 online/virtually and at Chicago Temple, Chicago
     

To register for watching virtually or attending in-person, go to:

More Information and Tickets

Download the Flyer

Listen to the OneEarth Collective talk about thier organization and the Film Festival on the Temple Forum Podcast

Questions? Contact Dick Alton, Chair, NIC Eco-Sustainability Task Force

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