This short-film festival explores the full range of human and artistic response to what may be coming next. Dramatic, comic, hopeful, despairing, absurdist, satirical, experimental, documentary, animated: your heart and vision have a home at the Climate Future Film Festival. The ten short films will be shown in two parts, see this program for the order of the films. Councilwoman Sue AnderBois will hold a community discussion after Part 1 to share information and gather feedback about climate issues.There will be a follow-up workshop, From Climate Fear to Climate Action, on Tuesday, March 5 at 5:30 pm with Kate Schapira, author of Lessons from the Climate Anxiety Booth: How to Live with Care and Purpose in an Endangered World, which will be out in April.
The Climate Future Film Festival is created by Merlyn Climate Grants, which supports emerging climate leaders 13 to 30 in New England and New York