Documentary presenting the stories of a diverse group of women in five countries who have initiated solution-oriented environmental projects in their communities, towns and villages.This film features stunning images, poetry and music by well-known writers and musicians, including Alice Walker and Michael Franti.

This film is being offered as a part of the Dallas Community College District’s annual Sustainability Summit. Free.


First Jefferson Unitarian Universalist Church is showing the Dolphin Blue documentary, Cry Heard ‘Round the World: The Journey to DC to Take a Stand for Mother Earth. The film documents the bus trip from Texas to the DC Climate Rally in February 2013. Free. Info: Karl at or 682-465-0021.

Wall-E is an animated romantic science fiction film that tackles such issues as consumerism, nostalgia, environmental problems and waste management. Wall-E, a robot designed to clean up a waste-covered earth, falls in love with Eve, another. The two go into outer space and embark on an adventure that changes their destiny and the destiny of humankind.

The film is seen as a critique and an examination of the impact humans have on this plant and the risk to our civilization and Earth. 

Free. Discussion follows.

Documentary, produced by Dallas-based Dolphin Blue, “Cry Heard ‘Round the World: The Journey to DC to Take a Stand for Mother Earth,” follows college students and other Texans on a bus trip to Washington, DC for the largest climate rally in the history of the United States to protest the Keystone XL pipeline. The documentary also chronicles the effects of the pipeline on ordinary people. Limited seating. Reservations required on website. Free.


Documentary employs macrophotography in order to show moviegoers a world they've likely never experienced. Meryl Streep narrates as the secret lives of bats, butterflies, hummingbirds and bumblebees come to life before your eyes. See how the determination and interdependence of these diminutive creatures somehow keep our chaotic world in balance.

View trailer.

To register online click here.

The city of Irving hosts its annual green film fest, featuring environmental films, including Bat City USA, a documentary about the Austin bats.

Friday, April 11
West Irving Library, 4444 W. Rochelle Road

Saturday, April 12
West Irving Library, 4444 W. Rochelle Road

Hosted by NYR (Neal's Yard Remedies) Organic and Executive Producer Peter Kindersley. 

Unacceptable Levels examines the results of the chemical revolution of the 1940s through the eyes of affable filmmaker Ed Brown, a father seeking to understand the world in which he and his wife are raising their children. 

One night only. $11.



Documentary follows a group of artists hiking the John Muir Trail. $11. 

As of Dec. 17, 67 more people needed to register so confirm the screening via by Dec. 30.

Moved by stories of extinct North American birds, sculptor Todd McGrain set out to create memorials. The Lost Bird Project follows McGrain and his brother-in-law as they search for the locations where the birds were last seen and negotiate permission to install McGrain’s large bronze sculptures there. Free.


Light snacks will be provided. If you like, bring your own re-usable cup. Anyone who is interested in attending the Fort Worth Interfaith Power & Light planning meeting is welcome to arrive early at 6:30 p.m. Free.