Join EarthxFilm for their first Movie Monday screening since the EarthxFilm 2019 Film Festival!

Monday, July 22nd – 7pm – 8:30pm at the Angelika Film Center Dallas.
For Tickets Click HERE

EarthxFilm presents Into the Canyon:

When photojournalist Pete Mcbride and author Kevin Fedarko set out to hike the entire length of the Grand Canyon — a grueling 750-mile transect through some of the country’s most unforgiving terrain — they learn the hard way why only a handful of humans have pulled off the feat. It’s a tremendous challenge that entails oppressive heat, dizzying exposure and incredible physical stamina. But the trek allows them to take on a more important mission: documenting the threats that surround one of America’s most iconic national parks. In Into the Canyon, the duo venture into the fragile and otherworldly landscape, examining what’s at risk to be lost to uranium mining, large-scale development, growing helicopter traffic and more. Along the way, they battle the heat, scramble through exposed cliffs, get snowed on, nearly die once or twice and gain intimate knowledge of the canyon’s singular, magnetic, life-changing draw.

In addition to the film, EarthxFilm will screen Virtual Reality and Augmented Realty experiences in the lobby of Angelika. Be sure to come early, you won’t want to miss it!

The Okavango Experience | National Geographic

Duration: 6 min.

One of the most biodiverse places on Earth, the Okavango Delta in Botswana is an unparalleled example of the richness of an untamed landscape. This VR transports viewers to the Okavango and through the pristine wilderness that is home to the world’s largest remaining elephant population. Join NatGeo Fellow Dr. Steve Boyes and a group of scientists to explore and protect these wetlands — the lifeblood of this unique ecosystem.

National Geographic

Created by National Geographic Partners

As It Is-Grand Canyon 360Labs

Duration: 15 min.
Journey down the mighty Colorado River to see the Grand Canyon as too few do, from the bottom looking up. Run it’s biggest whitewater rapids, explore its narrow slot canyons, and meet the indigenous activists working to protect it from a controversial development proposal that would bring as many as 10,000 people a day to the Confluence, one of the most sacred sites in the Canyon.

After the feature screening, please join us for a Q&A with guest speaker Robert Kent.

Robert Kent is the Area Director for The Trust for Public Land’s North Texas Office, where he works to ensure that every resident of the Dallas-Fort Worth region has access to a high-quality park, trail, or greenspace within a 10-minute walk of home. Born and raised in Dallas, Robert is passionate about using close-to-home nature to build green, resilient cities. An avid backpacker, Robert thru-hiked the 2,190-mile Appalachian Trail in 2009, and completed a coast-to-coast hike across Scotland in 2011. Robert and his wife Rachel live in Dallas near their favorite park, White Rock Lake.

Raffle prizes will be given out at the end. Be sure to grab a raffle ticket for your chance to win either a set of EarthxFilm Camp Chairs or a pair of tickets to the sold out show, GAME CHANGERS, screening Sept. 16th at AMC Northpark.