Films That Move

Unleash hope, inspire change with our free environmental film series

Join us to experience an exciting collaboration between the Redford Center, a leading US nonprofit dedicated to environmental impact filmmaking, and Imagine5, an international impact media foundation. Through this partnership, we are proud to present an enhanced Redford Center film offering, Films That Move – a free screening series that is packed with inspiring content to move you and your community into action.

Subscribers to The Redford Center’s newsletter can enjoy two virtual film screenings per month, each available for a week, featuring solutions-based environmental stories from grassroots activists, frontline communities, and talented filmmakers worldwide. Subscribers will also receive timely calls to action and exclusive invitations to in-person film screenings in the Bay Area, providing opportunities to network, connect with the community, and engage with filmmakers.

Featured Film
Farming While Black
  • Leah Penniman, co-founder of Soul Fire Farm, reflects on the plight of Black farmers in the United States. From the height of Black-owned farms at 14% in 1910 to less than 2% today.

  • Leah and her Soul Fire Farm cohorts help propel a rising generation finding strength in the deep historical knowledge of African agrarianism — and its potential to save the planet.

Available to stream from June 19 – 28th at midnight.

Meet Our Sponsor: Imagine 5

Imagine5 tells powerful stories about sustainable initiatives through their website, social media and newsletter. By elevating the work of those working to make an impact, bringing awareness to environmental causes and sharing how we can come to action, Imagine5 inspires and empowers our community. Imagine5 partners with future-focused organizations working to make a positive impact on our planet and elevates them through storytelling, financial support and more, in order to accelerate the change they’re already making.