We really like how the mission of the CEFF is in tune with our goals as well, to convey the true story of what is happening downstream of resource extraction in Canada.
The Colorado Environmental Film Festival (CEFF) is a celebration of the power of film to inspire, educate, and motivate audiences. CEFF presents thought-provoking films and dialogue that raise awareness of a wide variety of interconnected ecological, social, and economic themes. The Festival provides an experience for the audience that goes beyond passive film viewing: CEFF inspires audiences into awareness and action.
It’s probably a stretch, but will any of our fans be at this festival? We could use some help putting up posters and getting the word out!
P.S. People can’t get enough of our new trailer, also posted on our Facebook page and seen by over 8,800 people in less than 18 hours, and shared over 580 times!
Michael Tyas is the managing editor of One River News. He graduated the University of Manitoba with an honours degree in environmental studies, and is a professional videographer and video trainer. He produced the feature length documentary "One River, Many Relations" in Fort Chipewyan. He continues to work with indigenous communities to share their stories around resource extraction, industrial development, and impacts on traditional territories.