Protect Our Water and Environmental Resources

Halton Hills EcoFilm Fest

HHCCP.O.W.E.R., in partnership with the Town of Halton Hills and its Office of Sustainability, offers an eco-educational focus through this entertaining and informative series of eco-documentary films and guest speakers.

Five EcoFilm Screenings take place in the winter/spring months at the John Elliott Theatre, 9 Church St. Georgetown.
Tickets are $10./Adults, $5./Students, available at the Georgetown Library, at or by calling the Box Office at 905-877-3700.

Become an EcoFilm Fest sponsor and enjoy promotion opportunities via our event posters and our website, as well as at our venue on screening nights.

This community based initiative supports the Town’s Strategic Plan for enhancing the quality of life through a focus on cultural vibrancy, economic prosperity, environmental health and social well-being.

2017 Screenings

Jan 18 ‘Revenge of the Electric Car’ Trailer Speaker: Ron Groves, Plug’n Drive
Feb 22 ‘Just Eat It – A Food Waste Story’ Trailer Speaker: Ron Groves, Plug’n Drive
Mar 22 ‘After The Last River’ Trailer Speaker: Vicki Lean, Film Director
Apr 12 ‘Genetic Roulette- The Gamble of Our Lives’ Trailer Speaker: Debbie Morton, P.O.W.E.R. Board Member
May 17  ‘The Messenger: Imagine a World without Birdsong’ Trailer Speaker: Don Scallen, President, Halton /North Peel Naturalists Club (Georgetown)
Jun 4  ‘The Messenger: Imagine a World without Birdsong’ Trailer Second Screening (Acton)

2016 Screenings
Jan 21 ‘The Wisdom to Survive: Climate Change, Capitalism, & Community’
Feb 25 ‘COWSPIRACY: The Sustainability Secret’
Mar 24 ‘Water on the Table’
Apr 28 ‘Dirt! The Story with Heart and Soul’
May 19 (Georgetown) Jun 5 (Acton) ‘More Than Honey: What Are the Bees Telling Us?’

2015 Screenings
Jan 27 ‘Into the Arctic II‘
Feb 24 ‘To Make a Farm‘
Mar 22 ‘Watermark‘
Apr 9 ‘Bottled Life‘
May 12 ‘A Sense of Wonder’

1 Comment

  1. March 20, 2017    

    Film Director to Speak at Ecofilm
    By Daisy Radigan

    Victoria Lean, Producer, Director and Writer of the award-winning feature documentary, After the Last River, is to be Guest Speaker at the screening on Wednesday, March 22, at the John Elliott Theatre at 7:30. The ecofilm will honour World Water Day 2017.

    Filmed over five years, After the Last River is a point of view (POV) documentary that connects personal stories from Attawapiskat to entwined mining industry agendas and government policies, painting a complex portrait of a territory that is a homeland to some and a profitable new frontier for others. “While my primary interest was initially with the threat of mercury contamination, it expanded to the community’s rights to education, healthcare, housing and a clean and safe environment. One of the goals of the film is to draw attention to a number of intersecting challenges.” Also in attendance will be:
    • Sheri Longboat, PhD Professor, University of Guelph – Water Security for First Nations
    • Cathy Elliott, Mi’kmaq artist / musician
    • Janet Wilson, Author and Illustrator – “Shannen and the Dream for a School”
    • Tauni Sheldon, Inuit – Davis Inlet experience
    • Connie Karlsson – Inuit Outreach Program
    • Janet Kuzniac community rep opposing the proposed Norval Quarry in the Greenbelt Natural Heritage System in North West Brampton.
    • Darlene Green, Halton Hills Library
    • Jennifer Spence, Office of Sustainability
    • Ryan Colwell, Investment Planning Corporation, EcoFilm Sponsor
    • Leslie Adams, P.O.W.E.R.
    Halton Hills EcoFilm Fest 2017 Tickets on site $10. /Adults; $5. /Students.;

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