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The premier environmental film festival in the Pacific Northwest brings four days of film screenings showcasing the best environmental films from around the world to Portland. Join us for inspiring films, discussions with filmmakers and environmental advocacy groups, and opportunities to connect with local and national environmental and wildlife conservation organizations!

Festival passes: $60
$60 festival pass grants you access to all Portland EcoFilm Festival screenings and the Festival Opening Night party (a 31% savings from regular admission prices.)

Purchase Festival passes here.

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The Beaver Believers

Portland EcoFilm Festival - Opening Night in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act!

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Thursday, September 27
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Dirt Rich

Through a beautiful exploration of geo-therapy strategies that can literally reverse the effects of runaway global warming, Dirt Rich inspires the viewer to ...

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Friday, September 28
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EcoFilm All-Fest Pass

The premier environmental film festival in the Pacific Northwest brings four days of film screenings showcasing the best environmental films from around the ...

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Friday, September 28
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Saving the Dark

Filmmakers for this feature and short film in attendance along with Rose City Astronomers’ liaison for the International Dark Sky Association and the Nationa...

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Friday, September 28
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Intraterrestrial - A Fleeting Contact

A meditative, immersive and spiritual film examining the possibilities for humans to bridge the divide between themselves and dolphins, in order to learn fro...

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Saturday, September 29
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Confluir

CONFLUIR looks at the most important river you've never heard of. The Marañón River is the principle tributary of the Amazon, the world's longest r...

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Saturday, September 29
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The Kingdom - How Fungi Made Our World

You find fungi in Antarctica and in nuclear reactors. They live inside your lungs and your skin is covered with them. Fungi are the most under appreciated an...

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Saturday, September 29
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Cave of Forgotten Dreams

Visionary film director Werner Herzog descends into the Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc Cave in southern France, to film and contemplate the oldest human drawings known t...

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Saturday, September 29
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Elephant Path (Njaia Njoku)

Filmmaker Todd McGrain (recipient of the Audubon Award for Art Inspiring Conservation) in attendance for post-film Q & A

An indelible tale of friendship a...

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Sunday, September 30
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Bending Lines: The Sculpture of Robert Wiggs

"Everything gets reduced down to a pattern on some level. You may not see it on this level, but if you go deeper or higher, you'll see the pattern....

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Sunday, September 30
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This Mountain Life

The awe that mountainous landscapes evoke is universal. Yet in British Columbia, a province that is 75% mountains, most seldom venture into true wilderness. ...

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Sunday, September 30
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Encore Performance of Award Winning Films

An encore performance of the 2018 Best Short Film and Best Feature Film Award Winners. Winners announced during festival - on the Portland EcoFilm Festival&#...

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Sunday, September 30