If you missed the 18th annual Colorado Environmental Film Festival, don’t stress. You can still catch this year’s batch of “impact films,” produced to spur action in the name of conservation, eco-activism, and ongoing stewardship of our planet, online.
The 14th annual fest runs April 13–16, just one month after the retirement of its visionary founder—but Denver Film leaders are confident the annual celebration of women filmmakers will remain the same.
The festival’s 10-year celebration looks a bit different than planned. But viewers have a chance to stream the event’s 100 films from the comfort of their couches—including a series that focuses on racism and equality.