About Us

About the Halton Hills EcoFilm Fest

Overview

P.O.W.E.R. / Halton Hills EcoFilm Fest screens five EcoFilms documentaries held monthly from January to June to educate and motivate around the five environmental themes of Climate Change, Healthy Nutrition, Water Protection, Earth Biodiversity, and Environmental Sustainability.

Films are accompanied by community expertise that demonstrate actions toward local and global concerns.

Table Talks

Each documentary is enriched by having local community members who have an expertise or an action related to the film offer a Table Talk and Display to tell about their initiative. On any given evening there can be 5-7 Table Talks which ignite conversation and promote the goal of developing a community environmental consciousness. Please contact us if you are interested in hosting a Table Talk.

Janet and Sara, Halton Hills chapter of the Toronto Bruce Trail Club
- Halton Hills – Territorial Acknowledgement - We acknowledge the lands included in Halton Hills with the Credit River, Silver Creek and Black Creek running through it. We honour the countless First Peoples who walked this land and is most recently cared for by the Mississaugas of the Credit. Halton Hills is part of the Treaty 19 lands of the Ajetance Purchase of 1818 which includes Brampton and Milton. Together, we commit to respect and care for the land, waters, plants, animals, and all the wonderful elements of creation that exist around us.