First CCEN Environmental Film Festival

COVID-19 notice: the global pandemic interrupted our original film festival screenings.
We are delighted to be able to announce new dates for 2022 as below.

Four environmental film screenings at VISUAL Carlow from April 21st to June 16th 2022

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County Carlow Environmental Network (CCEN) are delighted to announce the resumption of their first Environmental Film Festival at VISUAL. CCEN is a voluntary organisation that aims to empower the communities of Carlow town and County to take action in tackling current environmental issues through various simple, positive actions. These films have been carefully selected for their uplifting, solution-focused themes, dealing with various aspects of our Climate Emergency and are suitable for all ages. Screenings will be free of charge.

CCEN meets every first Tuesday of the month, currently online but hopefully soon in blended meetings at An Gairdín Beo in Carlow Town at 7pm. New members are always welcome.

19th February → 7 to 9 PM
Beautiful aerial shots showing the diversity of life on Earth
90 minutes (2009)

21st April → 7 to 9 PM
River Blue
River Blue follows river advocate Mark Angelo on a journey through some of the world’s most beautiful to most pulloted rivers.
97 minutes (2017)

12th May → 7 to 9 PM
Closing the Loop
the world’s first feature-length documentary film on the circular economy
93minutes (2018)

16th June → 7 to 9 PM
The Race is On
Hopeful solutions outlining the power we still possess to save our planet.
39 minutes (2019)

and also on the 16th June 2022
A Drop in the Ocean
Produced by Trocaire considering Climate Change from an Irish viewpoint.
28 minutes (2015)

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