Bring Your BFFs!

Who are Your Best Fest Friends?


The One Earth Film Festival is too good to keep to yourself. Yes, films are focused on the environment, but they also include general interest themes that your friends might appreciate, too.

Peruse the schedule and invite your BFFs (Best Fest Friends). Bringing friends to the Fest is a great way to expose folks in your circle to issues that are important to them as well.

Bonus: take a photo with your group of 3 or more at a Festival screening, post it to social media with the tag #OEFFMoment, and you will be entered in a drawing to win an in-home screening of a One Earth film, including the popcorn!

Garden and bird lovers: Urban Nature, Searching for the Gold Spot

Beach, snorkeling, surfing and sailing lovers: Sea of Life, Chasing Coral, Making Waves, After the Spill, What Lies Upstream, Straws

People who care about animals and wildlife: After the Spill, Jane, Making Waves, Sea of Life, Straws, Searching for the Gold Spot

Parents with young children: Family Films (3-8+), Family Films (9-13+), The Gateway Bug, Young Filmmakers Winner Screenings and Awards Reception

Architecture and urban planning buffs: Another Way of Living

Climbers/outdoor lovers: Chasing Ice

Anyone who eats! Wasted!, Evolution of Organic, The Gateway Bug, Food for Thought, Food for Life, Unbroken Ground, Rancher Farmer Fisherman, Island Earth, Dolores

Tech nerds: Happening, Chasing Ice

People who do missions or are concerned about the plight of those in other countries: Kokota, Inconvenient Sequel

Feminists: 100 Years, Unfractured, Dolores, Sea of Life, Jane

People who get mad when others litter: Straws, The Discarded, Wasted!

Social justice warriorsFly by Light, 100 Years, After the Spill, Unfractured, Dolores, Rise, Inconvenient Sequel, Kokota, What Lies Upstream

People who love to watch beautiful, scenic films: Rancher, Farmer Fisherman, Chasing Ice, Chasing Coral, Sea of Life, The Discarded

History buffs: 100 Years, Dolores, Evolution of Organic


People looking for something to fun to do with their teenaged or 20-something kids, nieces and nephews Chasing Ice, Chasing Coral, Fly by Light, Happening, Inconvenient Sequel, Jane, Kokota, Rise, Straws, The Gateway Bug, Wasted!, Young Filmmakers Contest

There are so many approaches to these films. You may find other topic areas hidden within the Festival's rich lineup. Click on the film in green type above or go to the films by date page for trailers, schedules and tickets. Take a look and then start inviting your BFFs!

--Laurie Casey