Screening of "Can you Dig This" a documentary about urban gardening and food justice in South Central L.A. $13.75


Local documentary explores the therpeutic power between humans and their pet companions. The film documents the relationship between Dolphin Blue founder Tom Kemper and his canine companion, Hank.

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In How to Let Go of the World and Love All The Things Climate Can't Change, Oscar nominated director Josh Fox (GASLAND) continues in his deeply personal style, investigating climate change – the greatest threat our world has ever known.

An exploration of built and natural environments along the 800-mile length of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Director Peter Bo Rappmund is a Texas-based artist whose practice relies on understanding both empirical and metaphysical properties of the environment. Info:

Get free tickets to the screening of Racing Extinction, a new documentary by Louie Psihoyos, the Academy Award winning director of The Cove. Apply for tickets on website link below. Info:

Directed by international famed Akira Kurosawa and starring Richard Gere, Rhapsody in August, remembering the bombing of Nagasaki in the WWII, is presented by First Tuesday Social Justice Films. The 1991 film is in Japanese with English subtitles. Refreshments provided. Audience discussion follows. Free. 


The follow up movie to the classic "Who Killed the Electric Car" is about the remarkable return of the electric car and four entrepreneurs who drove it.

In Racing Extinction, a team of artists and activists expose the hidden world of extinction with never-before-seen images that will change the way you see the planet.

The international wildlife trade creates bogus markets at the expense of creatures that have survived on this planet for millions of years. Using covert tactics and state-of-the-art technology, the Racing Extinction team exposes these two worlds in an inspiring affirmation to preserve life as we know it.

The film, directed by Louie Psihoyos, the Academy Award®-winning director of The Cove, opened to critical acclaim at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2015 and has already won the DC Environmental Film Festival’s Documentary Award for Environmental Advocacy.

Free screenings will be held at the Music Hall at Fair Park on Saturday, April 25, and Sunday, April 26, at 2 pm and 6pm. Want to get closer to the crime-ring-busting action? Check out the super-rigged Tesla mobile projection vehicle from the movie, as it will be on display at Fair Park all weekend long!

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See Yosemite Through the Eyes of a Buffalo Soldier, a film about a 1903 Buffalo Soldier and his observations as one of the first "park rangers" to serve in Yosemite's vast wilderness. Popcorn, drinks and snacks provided. Free. Info: 972-699-1687.

Born to Be Wild documents orphaned orangutans and elephants and the extraordinary people who rescue and raise them.

The documentary Protecting The Amazon Rainforest looks at the Kayapó of Brazil in their attempts to protect this important habitat.  

Audience discussion follows.

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