The inaugural Charlotte Earth Day Film Festival (CEDFF) will officially launch later this month.
The groundbreaking festival will virtually offer six free films, all intended to broaden awareness and deepen our understanding of what is at stake regarding the dangers that confront our environment today.
These “big picture” documentaries address how our actions as the human species are interconnected to and now responsible for sustaining our life-giving ecosystems on this planet.
The CEDFF is presented by Omimeo Mime Theatre and the Charlotte Film Society. It is dedicated in honor of Anne Springs Close, for her lifetime as a champion and steward for the environment, and is co-sponsored by Clean Air Carolina, a statewide nonprofit advocating for the health of all North Carolinians by pursuing equitable and collaborative solutions that address climate change and air pollution.
For more information check out the festival’s website here.