Woodwell Climate at Woods Hole Film Festival

Woodwell Climate is proud to return as a sponsor of the Woods Hole Film Festival, the oldest independent film festival on Cape Cod and the Islands. The festival is an annual eight day showcase of independent film featuring daily screenings, workshops, panel discussions, special events, master classes, parties, awards ceremony and more. They hold in person and virtual screenings, and offer both passes and individual tickets for sale on their website.

Woodwell Climate is adopting five films this year in the Film and Science Initiative track, with scientists and staff introducing each film. Find us in person at these films and more!

 

Water for Life / Agua es Vida

July 28, 4pm

Water For Life illuminates a growing recognition of Indigenous rights and a rising demand for corporate responsibility and environmental justice that’s being seen around the world. Learn more and purchase tickets.

 

Brief Tender Light

July 30, 4pm

A Ghanaian filmmaker follows four African undergraduates through MIT, fueled by a common goal: to become agents of positive change back home. Learn more and purchase tickets.

 

Counted Out

July 30, 5:30pm | virtual screening August 4-11

The film is dedicated to Bob Moses, the civil rights leader and MacArthur genius who saw math access as the civil rights issue of our time, and whose work we follow in some of the last filmed interviews of his life. Learn more and purchase tickets.

 

Stewart Udall and the Politics of Beauty

August 3, 7:30pm | virtual screening August 4-11

Stewart Udall, America’s most famous Secretary of Interior, was also a fighter for racial justice, peace, the arts, and environmental protections. Learn more and purchase tickets.

 

Gath & K’iyh: Listen to Heal

virtual screening August 4-11

In Alaska, community comes together to create music with Yo-Yo Ma as a critical part of collective healing and radical hope for the future. Learn more and purchase tickets.

Upcoming
July 26–August 11, 2024
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Woods Hole, MA
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