To support the production and impact of outstanding short films on the theme of nature connection, The Redford Center and Mountainfilm are co-presenting a pitch event at the 2024 Mountainfilm Festival in partnership with IF/Then Shorts in Telluride, Colorado. Awarded films will receive up to $25k in funding, impact and professional development training, as well as travel, accommodation, and passes to attend Mountainfilm Festival.
Six documentaries from around the world advancing environmental action
Friday Night Films is now Films That Move! We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with the international impact foundation, Imagine5. With their generous support, The Redford Center is relaunching our popular monthly screening series.
“Historically, documentary films and nonfiction media have been the primary place to find climate stories, solutions, and hope. Finally we’re starting to see an industry shift. Climate stories are more commercially viable than ever before,” said The Redford Center’s Executive Director Jill Tidman.
Get inspired by changemakers who live, breathe, and work on solutions at the intersection of race, environment, history, culture, and the outdoors with exclusive short videos from our friends at The Trail Ahead podcast
Do you have an idea for a climate-related TV show or film?
In 2022, we delivered more than $3 million to filmmakers across the globe, supported a new cohort of 12 remarkable grantees, engaged 11 more fiscally sponsored film projects, and released our nationally-recognized short films series
Screenwriters wanting to make a positive impact on the climate crisis are invited to submit their climate-related TV and film scripts
Young audiences want the media they consume to reflect the world they live in – and that includes climate change. Meet a growing community of passionate creatives, researchers and activists, leading a transformation in TV and Radio content, including The Redford Center’s Jill Tidman and Heather Fipps
Five film projects highlighting stories of people, places, and paths to connecting and reconnecting with the outdoors invited to participate in Nature Connection pitch event at Big Sky Documentary Film Festival
Announcing The Redford Center’s fourth cohort of environmental impact documentaries and the film industry leaders joining the program
Collaboration at Big Sky Documentary Film Festival supports short films centered around restoring and strengthening humanity’s relationship with nature