For more than 5 years, One Earth Film Festival has selected a slate of acclaimed environmental films paired with compelling, awareness-raising programs. On offer this year are 47 screenings of 30 films in 39 venues, including 10 universities/colleges, 10 churches, 3 museums, 3 mainstream movie theaters and more.
The American Indian Student Cultural Center is accepting donations for the Dakota Access Pipeline Protest at the film screening. These donations can include: non perishable food items, coats, gloves, warm clothes, tarps, etc.
Co-sponsored by: the Departments of Geography, Environment & Society, American Indian Studies, Anthropology, COIN, the American Indian Student Cultural Center, and the Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change.
The Covellite International Film Festival is located in uptown Butte, Montana. One of the largest national historic districts in the United States of America. The mid-September run allows us to use several outdoor locations for screenings, including the Original Mine that over looks uptown Butte.
WPC is a conference designed to examine issues of privilege beyond skin color. WPC is open to everyone and invites diverse perspectives to provide a comprehensive look at issues of privilege including: race, gender, sexuality, class, disability, etc.
Update: We are pleased to receive an Honorable Mention award from the Show Me Justice Jury!
Crying Earth Rise Up will screen at the Show Me justice Film Festival running April 7 - 8 at the University of Central Missouri. Editor Sharon Karp will be in attendance for the Q&A and will be running an editing master class at the University during the day.
A free screening of Crying Earth, Rise Up will be at the Dahl Arts Center in Rapid City, in recognition of World Water Day 2016. Booths and speakers will provide additional information about the uranium issue. Healthy snacks provided by Breadroot Natural Foods Co-op. Silent auction fundraiser.
The Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival (POWFest) places a spotlight on women directors by showcasing their work and strengthening the community of women in film. POWFest empowers women to find their voice and to share their stories through innovative and quality filmmaking.
Saturday, February 20, 2016
11:00 am to 1:00 pm session
The Colorado Environmental Film Festival (CEFF) is a celebration of the power of film to inspire, educate, and motivate audiences. CEFF presents thought-provoking films and dialogue that raise awareness of a wide variety of interconnected ecological, social, and economic themes. The Festival provides an experience for the audience that goes beyond passive film viewing: CEFF inspires audiences into awareness and action.
18th Annual Native American Indian Film & Video Festival of the Southeast
November 22nd - 25th
Columbia, South Carolina
A community-based event aims to present the richness and variety of indigenous cinematic expressions. Primarily the festival is a time to educate folks about contemporary Native American talent and issues, Native theme documentaries and to discuss film and the power it has to tell Native Stories by Native people and to entertain. Goals are to help with sales and exposure to Native American Indian Filmmakers and Native/indigenous talent.
Larimer St, (CU Denver Student Commons Building) Room 2500a
The University of Colorado Denver Native American Student Organization (NASO) and the Auraria Climate Justice Coalition to host "An evening of interactive dialogue, food, music provided by Lakota drummers, and a film screening of the documentary Crying Earth Rise Up."
ed Nation Film Festival, a program of the Red Nation Celebration Institute, is an American Indian & Indigenous film festival that takes place annually in Los Angeles. With 1500 attendees in 2014, it is the largest independent native film festival in Entertainment Capital of the World.
As the nations oldest and most prestigious venue for American Indian film arts and entertainment, the American Indian Film Festival® has earned a reputation for excellence and integrity. AIFF 39 (2014), premiered and screened over 80 film and video works from American and Canadian filmmakers. The annual Film Festival and American Indian Motion Picture Awards Show, produced by AIFI Founder and President Michael Smith, draws an audience of nearly 5,000, anticipating the latest in USA American Indian and Canada First Nation cinema.
Special thanks to the students at Chadron State and the Sisterhood to Protect Sacred Water.
Tulsa American Film Festival
October 18, 2015 @ 11AM
1400 N Gilcrease Museum Rd
Tulsa, OK 74127
TAFFest aims to showcase independent feature and short films from across the U.S., highlighting Native American films, Oklahoma-based filmmakers local student short films, a classic Oklahoma-centric film retrospective in addition to panels and parties.
Southern Utah University
October 13, 2015
Southern Utah University Campus
CN 227 (a classroom located right across the hall from the Arena)
Cedar City, UT
Director Suree Towfighnia will be on hand to screen and discuss the film.
International Uranium Film Festival
September 29, 2015 @ 16:00
@ KINO BROTFABRIK, Caligariplatz 1
Crying Earth Rise Up is featured in the NUCLEAR HERITAGE IN AUSTRALIA AND USA program at the annual Uranium Film Festival. Founded in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the Uranium Film Festival is a global festival with a selection of films, traveling around the world.
Growing Power is a national nonprofit organization and land trust supporting people from diverse backgrounds, and the environments in which they live,by helping to provide equal access to healthy, high-quality, safe and affordable food for people in all communities.
The public is invited to a community showing of the film Crying Earth Rise Up. This recently released film addresses the impact that modern uranium mining has on the land, water, and people. The film follows Elisha Yellow Thunder (Oglala Lakota), a young mother who is determined to identify the source of the contamination in an effort to protect her water supply, as well as that of her Lakota people.
Discussion to follow film showing. Call 446-3304 for information.
SALA's video library is available to the public. To check out this month's video, call above number.
Tribal Film Festival
September 5, 2015 @ 3:45
TribalTV is a multi-platform distributor of Indigenious films with inspiring and uplifting stories, including documentaries, feature films, series, music videos, animation, 3D, in all genres. TribalTV believes it is time filmmakers started being more in charge of their revenues rather than going through the series of middlemen standing in between filmmakers and their audience.
Pine Ridge Reservation and Lakota Territory Screenings
August 21st @ 1PM, the Eagles Nest, Wanbli, SD
August 21st @ 7PM, Manderson School Gym, Manderson, SD
August 23rd @ 5PM, The Inland Theater, Martin, SD
August 27th @ 7PM, Oglala Rec Center, Oglala, SD
Please join Owe Aku and Prairie Dust Films as we host a series of educational screenings to inform the community about the upcoming uranium hearings in Crawford, NE August 24-28th, 2015. Filmmakers and participants will be available for a Q&A. All are invited to these free screenings.
The Sisterhood Water Watch is pleased to screen Crying Earth Rise
Area residents have asked for more information about Cameco’s Crow Butte ISL yellowcake production. We are pleased to have an opportunity to provide insight and introduce neighbors who have studied the issues of uranium extraction and production and how the industry affects local lifestyles, natural systems and economy.
Panel Discussion and Q&A to follow screening. Free and open to all.
August 7, 2015
The University Film and Video Association will show Crying Earth Rise Up as a part of the juried screening competition of the conference, whose theme is "Media with Impact". Producer Courtney Hermann, UFVA member and conference panelist, will attend.
July 26, 2015
7pm - 9pm
Clarkston Community Center
NumbiFest is the Atlanta, Georgia leg of the 2015 Numbi Arts International Film & Arts Festival taking place in Atl, UK & Hargeisa. Artists from three continents come together in the spirit of faith that art can create a common vision toward a just and peaceful world.
Sponsored by Laguna-Acoma Coalition for a Safe Environment (LACSE), Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment (MASE), &
Conservation Voters New Mexico Education Fund (CVNMEF).
Medford Library Social Justice Film Series
July 14, 2015
Citizens for Peace and Justice present a monthly film screening series at the Medford Library revolving around social justice themes.
Special Denver Screening
Thursday, July 9, 2015 @ 7pm
Four Winds American Indian Center
201 W. 5th St
Please join us for a special screening of the documentary Crying Earth Rise Up in Denver, CO. Our Bring Change to Make Change series invites all to enjoy a film and learn about Lakota efforts to protect sacred water from uranium mining.
The screening is free and open to all. Director Suree Towfighnia will be in attendance with special guests, who will introduce the film with poetry.
If you are unable to attend, but would like to make a donation, please donate through our paypal and note: "Hearing".
Sunday April 26, 2015 @ Center For Remembering & Sharing
123 4th Ave. 2nd Floor (b/w 12th & 13th St.)
New York, NY
Radiation Monitoring Project is launching a campaign to buy radiation detectors and distribute them throughout the contaminated and frontline communities in the US; and secure the professional training needed to learn how to detect and interpret radiation. Crying Earth Rise Up is proud to be working with Diné No Nukes (NM), Sloths Against Nuclear State (NYC) and Nuclear Energy Information Services (Chicago).
Radiation Monitoring Project Campaign Launch & Special Screening hosted by Diné No Nukes, Nuclear Energy Information Service & Sloths Against Nuclear State. Director Suree Towfighnia and other special guests will be in attendance.
Our Nebraska premiere! Crying Earth Rise Up is pleased to share the film with the REEL Earth Film Festival on the Great Plains of Nebraska- down the road from our principal photography locations. This 6th annual film festival presents films in honor of Earth Day. This screening is proceeded by the Academy Award Nominated short, White Earth. Guests from the film will be in attendance.
The Athens International Film and Video Festival was founded in 1974, and since then has presented independent films from around the world. The Festival is sponsored by the Athens Center for Film and Video, a project of the College of Fine Arts at Ohio University.
Founded in 2005, Native Women in Film & Television and its Inaugural 2014 Native Women in Film & Television Film Festival provides community investment relations with the entertainment industries, network contacts, educational programs, employment opportunities, mentorships and services.
In 2015, the Byron Bay International Film Festival (BBFF) celebrates its ninth year over 10 glorious days across 5 venues from Friday 6 March to Sunday 15 March. Now Australia’s largest regional film festival, AACTA Awards accredited BBFF is a platform for outstanding independent film talent, showcasing a uniquely rich and diverse program of entertaining, inspiring and thought provoking films.