Annual Environmental Film Series

Starting April 12th at Unity on Cape Cod

This is the 13th year of the EarthCare Environmental Film series held at Unity on Cape Cod in Hyannis every year.  The following films will be shown on Friday nights in April. 

Films are free, donations are welcome.  Open to everyone.

 

Venue: Unity on Cape Cod

147 Walton Ave.  Hyannis  MA  02601  508-775-8400     www.unityoncapecod.org

Presented by the EarthCare Ministry Team

Unity on Cape Cod ~ A Spiritual Center

147 Walton Ave.  Hyannis  MA  02601  508-775-8400     www.unityoncapecod.org

 

7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

 

 April 12 – Love Thy Nature

  Narrated by Liam Neeson, this is a stunningly beautiful immersion into the natural world and our intimate relationship to it. A renewed connection with nature holds the key to a highly advanced new era.  Following the film, Martha Powers will talk about her forest bathing trip to Costa Rica, led by the filmmaker, Sylvie Rokab.

 

 April 19 –Plastics in our Oceans – with Cape Cod Wildlife Collaborative

Several short films, including excerpts from “Story of Plastic,” a still unreleased film.  Following the films, representatives from The Center for Coastal Studies, National Marine Life Center, Barnstable Clean Water Coalition, and Wild Care, will talk about the impact of plastic in our waters, how it affects wildlife and how we can do better to protect our precious resources.

 April 26 – The Map To Paradise

An adventure-filled and spectacularly gorgeous film about the birth of the global movement to protect the sea. From underwater worlds of ice to glistening coral sanctuaries, discover what it takes to build a movement and to create positive change. A rare, urgent environmental wake-up call that retains a sense of awe and wonder for the kind of beauty that is still possible.  Hear about what the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound is doing locally.  Mark Forest will talk about the creation of Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary.  Mark is currently on the Yarmouth Board of Selectmen and Interim Town Manager for the town of Brewster.

 

 May 3 – Living the Change

Filmed in New Zealand.  The people you’ll meet in the film are from all walks of life, all of them working in their own way to create a sustainable, healthy, fair, and better way of life for everyone.

With Dr. Sidhartha, a physician, public health nutrition advocate, researcher, author, and permaculture designer. He currently serves as the Medical Director of the Cape Cod Healthcare ACO/PHO. 

He serves in the Massachusetts State Food is Medicine planning council convened by the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation at the Harvard Law School.

 

Presented by the EarthCare Ministry Team


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