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Project Native

  1. For the past four years Project Native has hosted a successful environmental film festival in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. The festival is unique in that it is the only film festival presented free of charge to the community. By making it a free event, we hope to share information about current environmental issue to everyone in our community.

    Our environmental film festival showcases documentaries selected for their artistry and illumination of global issues and actions that impact our future. Each year we select a variety of films that are both educational and entertaining to give people a feeling that environmental solutions are within our grasp and do-­‐able.

    Films are selected for their support of the mission of Project Native to encourage the stewardship of the planet while serving to educate, inspire, enrage and engage viewers. In addition, we seek to show films that have not been widely distributed in the area.

About Project Native

Project Native is a non-­‐profit environmental education organization committed to growing native plants, maintaining a native butterfly house and wildlife sanctuary, and promoting stewardship of the local landscape.

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Project Native 4th Environmental Film Festival

REVOLUTION, a film by award-winning director Rob Stewart,
                                                                                             to kick off the festival at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
Ten current environmental films will be shown FREE at Project Native’s 4th Film Festival on Saturday, March 29th and Sunday, March 30th in Great Barrington, MA.
The festival will kick off Saturday, March 29th at 7pm with a special screening of Revolution, an award-winning film by Rob Stewart, director of Sharkwater.  Startling, beautiful, and provocative, Revolution has already won awards at international film festivals.  Revolution is not just about the environment—it’s a film about hope and inspiration. It is an urgent call-to-action with an uplifting message that tells us it’s possible to alleviate the damage already done. While creating this film, Stewart met with experts in their fields to investigate the important issues affecting our lives. In an effort to uncover the secrets to a safer world, Stewart goes on an adventure filled with action and drama that will leave audiences around the world, at any age, inspired about how they can get involved in the fight to save our planet.
“Our goal is to not only show the problems facing our world, but to also inspire action for positive change,” says Karen Lyness LeBlanc, Education & Outreach Coordinator for Project Native.  Project Native is encouraging middle, high school and college students and teachers to attend and bring their friends.  This event is FREE, thanks to support from the Dr. Robert C. and Tina Sohn Foundation.  A panel discussion will follow the film. 
On Sunday, March 30th Project Native will once again host a full day of environmental films at the Triplex Cinema in Great Barrington.  As in years past, the day will start at 10:00 am with a film for children and families. “We are thrilled to be showing ‘Flight of the Butterflies’ at our Family Program this year,” says Karen Lyness LeBlanc.  “This summer hundreds of children (and adults) learned about native habitats, butterfly lifecycles and conservation while participating in bug safaris or visiting our native butterfly house.  Now with ‘Flight of the Butterflies in 3D’ they can follow a Monarch Butterfly on its epic migratory adventure.”
For the remainder of the day, a variety of films will be shown on a wide-range of current environmental topics including:  salmon farming, GMO’s, Tarsands, invasive Asian Carp, fracking and industrial hemp.  A complete schedule and film synopses are available at
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