One Earth Film Festival Screening of "Hometown Habitat"
Watch for FREP to host a screening in 2018!
FREP was pleased to be joining with other partners to be part of the One Earth Film Festival  (OEFF) in its 6th year. Last year almost 3,500 attendees viewed 43 screenings of 33 films in over 37 locations throughout Chicagoland, and in locations in the adjacent counties of Lake and DuPage. This year’s festival promises to expand its reach, attendance and impact region-wide, and this is why we were approached in Kane County to host a screening.

For 2017 there will be 47 screenings at 39 venues.
One Earth Film Festival is the Midwest’s premier environmental film festival, creating opportunities for understanding climate change, sustainability and the power of human involvement. They showcase top-issue, thought-provoking environmental films and lead audiences in interactive post-film discussions focused on solutions. One Earth Film Festival is a production of Green Community Connections.
One Earth Film Festival         Green Community Connections

Hometown Habitat Film Website

Purchase Film DVDs     Links to Organizations featured in the film

Faith In Place (sponsor of OEFF)

Sacred Ground
(featured in the film, program of National Wildlife Federation)

Festival Schedule (pdf)      Poster for March 6 Screening
The Sustainability Resource Fair is part of the screening, presented by the co-sponsors. We want attendees to be able to take home a variety of ideas of how they can get more involved in environemental activities, and actions to take at their home and community.

Check out the co-sponsors, shown below. Click on the logos to link to their websites.
Film: Hometown Habitat
Where: Waubonsee Community College’s downtown campus Multipurpose Room,
First floor, 18 S. River St., Aurora, IL
When: Monday, March 6, 7 PM
Doors open at 6:30 PM for the Sustainability Resource Fair
presented by our co-sponsors
Tickets: Attendance is FREE, but tickets should be obtained at a link to soon be available off the One Earth Film Festival website.  Those without tickets will be seated after the ticketholders, as space is available.
Special Bonuses:
Film Director Catherine Zimmerman will be present for a Q&A after the screening
The co-sponsors of this screening will present a Sustainability Resource Fair, to share information about actions filmgoers can make and resources for them to take back to their home and community.
Parking Info:
Downtown Aurora Parking Map

Waubonsee Community College Lot W
FREE   on North River St. at Cedar St.
WCC Parking Map

Public Parking Garages for a fee at:
River & Galena ($4)
Stolp Avenue
The following Fox Watershed groups Co-Sponsored this Screening:

Kane County Environmental & Water
Resources Division
  Valley of the Fox
Thank You to our Venue Sponsor:
And Thank You to our additional Funding Sponsors for making this possible: