Planet in Focus 2020

Available online now and is officially extended until October 23!

The time to act (and watch) is now. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about environmental issues and to hear from some of the movement’s most interesting voices on what role you can play.

Festival passes are on sale now for $30 at https://planetinfocus.org/

Watch 13 features, 25 short films, and 6 expert panels from home.

Including Ai Weiwei’s new COVID-19 documentary, remarkable Canadian talent, and short film programs that reflect on environmental racism and celebrate Indigenous voices, this is not a year to be missed. Explore the Films or browse the festival line up below:

Opening Night

THE NEW CORPORATION: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel
Directed by Joel Bakan, Jennifer Abbott

Closing Night

CORONATION
Directed by Ai Weiwe

CONSCIENCE POINT
Directed by Treva Wurmfeld

CORAL GHOSTS 
Directed by Andrew Nisker

MAKONGO
Directed by Elvis Sabin Ngaibino

MEAT THE FUTURE 
Directed by Liz Marshall

SMOG TOWN
Directed by Meng Han

THE LAST ICE
Directed by Scott Ressler

THE MAGNITUDE OF ALL THINGS
Directed by Jennifer Abbott

THE RED LINE – Resistance in Hambach Forest
Directed by Karin de Miguel Wessendorf

THE VIEWING BOOTH
Directed by Ra’anan Alexandrowicz

WE DON’T DESERVE DOGS
Directed by Matthew Salleh

WORKHORSE
Directed by Cliff Caines

Planet in Focus is a non-profit organization whose mission is to use film as a catalyst for change by raising awareness of critical environmental issues. Their mandate is to produce cultural events that showcase engaging and artistic films that question, explore and tell stories about the world in which we live. 


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