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Eco-Film Festival

Watch, Learn, Take Action! Our popular Eco-Film Festival events provide a valuable opportunity for audience members to learn about global environmental issues by viewing award-winning documentaries. Each film is followed by an engaging audience discussion.


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Presented in partnership with the Burlington Public Library and generously sponsored by Nuvo Network and Cogeco, each event includes a film presentation, a free eco-prize raffle, complimentary refreshments provided by Nature's Emporium, and an audience discussion or interactive activity on how global issues can be tackled locally.

  • All films are shown at Central Library (2331 New Street, Burlington)
  • Doors open at 6:00 pm with the film presentation beginning at 6:30 pm
  • Our events are green, so we invite guests to walk, bike, carpool, or use public transit when possible, and we encourage guests to bring a reusable mug for complimentary refreshments
  • Admission is FREE. Donations to support event costs and our impactful organization can be kindly contributed anytime online here

The BurlingtonGreen Eco-Film Festival is dedicated to our Eco-Hero Rob Stewart who tragically died while gathering footage for Sharkwater Extinction.He will forever be our beacon of hope for a better, kinder world. We will always keep him in our hearts as we work to try to create the world that you so passionately believed we could have one day.


Stay tuned for upcoming details about our 2019 Eco-Film Festival & check out past film ACTION TIPS below!


Eco-Film Festival takeaways & action tips ...

More eco-documentaries in Halton are available via Halton Green Screens.

Past Festivals

 BurlingtonGreen is very grateful to the Burlington Public LibraryNuvo Network, Cogeco and Nature's Emporium 
for their partnership with our Eco-Film Festival.

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