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March 2021


March 1 - March 2

Taking a look behind the headlines of #MeToo and Time's Up. NEVERTHELESS follows the intimate stories of individuals who experienced sexual harassment in the workplace or at school. Please join COCC in viewing this powerful film, which shines light on the ways in which we can shift our culture and rebuild. FREE & OPEN to the public. Registration is required. Email  *You will receive an email link to the movie two days in advance. You may watch the film at your…

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Mountainfilm on Tour-Bend: Second Show

March 5 - March 8
$10 – $50

The show will go on! Mountainfilm on Tour returns with TWO great programs for you to enjoy all from the comfort of home. Mountainfilm on Tour-Bend will be a two-weekend experience this year, complete with inspiring films and an online raffle. Although we're disappointed we can't gather at the Tower, we're excited to offer this unique and flexible option. Each program will be available for a 3-day window, and each features different films. This new format makes it possible for a…

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The People vs. Agent Orange: virtual screening premier

March 5 - March 18

Please join in the nationwide virtual screening premier of The People vs. Agent Orange, March 5-18, 2021. Synopsis: The Agent Orange catastrophe did not end with the Vietnam War. Today, the world over, a primary chemical of the toxic defoliant controls weeds in farming, forestry, parks, playgrounds… It wreaks havoc on the human genome, causing deformed births and deadly cancers. After decades of struggle and tragic personal losses, two heroic women are leading a worldwide movement to end the plague and…

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April 2021

“Salmon’s Agreement” Film Screening and Discussion

April 1 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Salmon have always kept their word. Year after year since time immemorial, these anadromous fish have returned to their home tributaries to spawn and give their lives for future generations. Filmmaker Woodrow Hunt (Klamath/Modoc, Cherokee) of Tule Films brings us Indigenous stories and perspectives from the Columbia River that illuminate our relationship with a fish that remains a cultural lifeblood to Native people. This documentary short is a collaboration of Tule Films, Confluence, NW Documentary Freshwaters Illustrated, and the Natural…

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Reaping What You Sow: Refugee Caravans at the U.S.-Mexico Border

April 15 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Discover how the long and troubled history of U.S. military and covert interventions in Central America and failed U.S. economic assistance and climate change policies are responsible for the waves of desperate people currently fleeing El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, and why the United States has a legal and moral responsibility to admit them as refugees.

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Celebrate Earth Day with film screening of Microplastic Madness

April 16 @ 7:00 pm - April 25 @ 9:00 pm

The Environmental Center and Bendfilm are teaming up to bring you a free screening of Microplastic Madness. Followed by a live panel discussion. Microplastic Madness is an optimistic take on the local and global plastic pollution crisis as told through a refreshing urban youth point of view with an inspiring take action message. The live panel discussion on 4/22 at 6:00PM will help connect global plastic pollution in the oceans to our local Central Oregon actions. Panelists include microplastics scientists…

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Emerald Earth Film Festival

April 17 - April 24

Center for Environmental Futures presents: Emerald Earth 2021 Film Festival This year’s EEFF theme is “Toxins.” Once you register, you will be able to stream the films on demand! Here is the line-up: Painted Nails by Erica Jordan and Dianne Griffin East LA Interchange by Betsy Kalin Around Crab Orchard by Sarah Kanouse The EEFF is hosted by  Center for Environmental Futures. There will also be a series of conversations with the film producers on April 19th, 20th, and 21st. To register and find out…

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May 2021

Killing the Klamath Webcast

May 5 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

The Klamath Tribe has prized the Klamath River region for its abundance of C’waam and Koptu since time immemorial, but this is all changing. Alex Gonyaw, Klamath Tribes Senior Fishery Biologist, will discuss how this year’s severe drought impacts the important fish species and management of the Upper Klamath Lake. Next, Klamath Tribes’ Councilmember Clay Dumont will provide an overview of the status of Klamath Tribes’ legal and policy tools for influencing management of water and Upper Klamath Lake levels…

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June 2021

Screening & Discussion of “Kiss the Ground”

June 5 - June 7

With less than 10 years left to shift the path of our planet and combat climate change, the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration calls to prevent, halt, and reverse the degradation of ecosystems on every continent and in every ocean. On World Environment Day, join the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to mark the launch of the UN Decade by viewing an exclusive screening of the critically-acclaimed environmental feature documentary, “Kiss…

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Film Screening of ‘Drop’, presented by Protect Our Winters and Citizens Climate Lobby

June 24 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Protect Our Winters and Citizens Climate Lobby are co-hosting a screening of the film ‘Drop’. Throughout the film, we meet the people who live, work and play on these rivers—people who work tirelessly to ensure that these waters, and all they support, are healthy.

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