The 10th annual “Ding” Darling Film Series will air virtually from Feb. 16 though April 13, with related Zoom discussions to follow. The films will explore natural topics, from global warming to the impact of human behavior on the environment as seen through the lens of a sea turtle.
The festival starts on Feb. 16 with the award-winning documentary “2040,” which presents a story of hope that looks at the possibility that humanity could reverse global warming and improve the lives of every living thing. Director Damon Gameau embarks on a global journey to meet innovators and change-makers in the areas of economics, technology, civil society, agriculture, education, and sustainability.
Another season highlight, “The Biggest Little Farm” chronicles the eight-year journey of one couple as they trade city living for 200 acres of barren farmland and a dream to harvest in harmony with nature.
Registrations are limited to 200 for each film at dingdarlingsociety.org/articles/lecture-and-film-series. Registration will be required by the day prior to the discussion at least, depending upon availability. The films will be available to view on various platforms to watch at a time and link assigned via email.
The film discussions will take place at 5 p.m.
The season’s full schedule is as follows:
- Feb. 16: “2040”
- March 2: “Biggest Little Farm”
- March 16: “Salmon Forest”
- April 6: “Last Green Thread” and “Chasing Ghosts” (double feature)
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