Bring your class to the virtual Planet in Focus Environmental Film Festival! This field trip includes film screenings for elementary and secondary students paired with filmmaker Q&As or activity guides to further explore the film themes. Screening programs will be available to stream starting at 8:00 AM on Monday October 19th until 5pm on Friday October 23rd.




The Food Waste Crisis

Over one third of the food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted. Fortunately, the people of Denmark are leading the effort fo combat this global issue.


Me, a Monster?

After living a peaceful life on his small planet, the lonely Nono must deal with the visit of a new being, that will make him realize that after all they are not as different as they seem.

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Passing the Seeds

Wampum belts, Quahog shell beads bound on strings, in intricate patterns, are used as a guide to narrate Haudenosaunee history, traditions, laws and treaties or agreements between groups.

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In a dense and icy forest, Piotr, a young hunter, finds himself trapped in a bear trap. While slowly freezing in the night, the prey he was hunting approaches… who will save the day?


The Butterfly Game

Through the funny look of children and powerful cameras and lenses, the surprising and complex universe of butterflies is revealed, loaded with infinite textures, shapes and colours.


Song of the Salmon

This short film is a poetic exploration of the salmon nation and future generations of salmon as told from the perspective of native Coastal Band Chumash poet, Luhui Whitebear.




In a post-apocalyptic deserted NYC, a young woman is on a quest to find the most important resource on the planet: water.


Why Farmers Markets?

We see how markets not only connect producers and consumers but also build community.



Animated entirely outside, “WhateverTree” examines our connection to nature in the age of social media.


What About Our Future?

An observational documentary that chronicles a group of youth environmental activists who organized the biggest climate strike in Vancouver’s history.


That’s Wild

This award-winning documentary tells the inspiring journey of three teenage boys from Atlanta climbing four 12,000 ft peaks in the heart Colorado, all while overcoming their own personal mountains.