The Woman Who Loves Giraffes

This is a documentary film on the life and work of Anne Innis Dagg, the world’s first ‘giraffologist’. An older (soon 87), wiser Anne takes us on her first expedition back to Africa to retrace where her trail-blazing journey began more than half a century ago. By retracing her original steps, and with letters and

2020 Eco Films Lineup is here!

The 2020 Eco Film Lineup is finally here! We are ringing in the New Year with 5 amazing new film selections for 2020, covering this season’s categories of Bio-Cultural Diversity, Health and a Plant-based Diet, Water Protection for Orcas, Earth Care via Organic Farming, and Climate Change Action.  We hope to have our best season

Water Docs – Culture Days 2019

WaterDocs Short Films with HHEFF  For the first time ever, we are introducing a lineup of WaterDocs short film screenings, involving all things water! Covering an action-packed program over two Culture Days, the Water Docs screenings will shed light on current issues and celebrate the beauty and strengths of our incredible oceans and water preserves.

JANE: A Documentary – ACTON JANE is BACK!  Due to popular demand, ‘Jane: A Documentary’ is being screened again, this time in Acton. If you’ve missed it, or even if you saw it the first time, come again and bring a friend! JANE offers an unprecedented, intimate portrait of Jane Goodall — a trailblazer who defied the odds to

Groundswell Rising

Through candid interviews and true stories, Groundswell Rising brings us into the lives of people directly impacted by hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and those on the front lines, dedicated to stopping this form of gas extraction. Infusing human rights, public health, and social justice into a deeply engaging, feature length documentary film, Groundswell Rising empowers viewers to

Growing Cities

Growing Cities is a documentary film that examines the role of urban farming in America and asks how much power it has to revitalize our cities and change the way we eat. In their search for answers, filmmakers Dan Susman and Andrew Monbouquette take a road trip and meet the men and women who are

BLUE the film

“BLUE is a cinematic song for our oceans; beautiful, intimate and grand. Fearlessly truth-telling, yet passionately hopeful. See this film and you will want to rise up with the waves.” — GREENPEACE AUSTRALIA BLUE is the story our generation need to hear. The industrialization that has occurred in the oceans over the last century, mirrors

JANE: A Documentary

Limited tickets left! Get yours now! Buy Tickets Now! The film offers an unprecedented, intimate portrait of Jane Goodall — a trailblazer who defied the odds to become one of the worlds’s most admired conservationists. The Jane Goodall Institute of Canada will be sending Victoria Foote, Director of Communications & Marketing, to be our guest speaker. This

- 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.