Upper Valley Climate Change & Sustainability Film Series

Sustainable Woodstock and Pentangle Arts host a monthly free screening of films and documentaries focused on Climate Change and Sustainability. We do this as a way to foster—in a fun and relaxed environment—a broader awareness of the wide-ranging issues impacting our planet and our future. We often facilitate a panel discussion after the film to explore the issues presented and to share ways that we, as individuals and communities, can engage in becoming part of the solution. The series is free and open to all. Donations are welcome.

(Left to Right) Brian Stroffolino, Sylvia Davatz, and Ruth Fleishman lead a post film panel discussion.



We normally screen films at the Woodstock Town Hall Theatre—a historic venue with lofty ceilings, plenty of seating and a state-of-the-art projection and sound system. The Theatre is located at 31 the Green Woodstock, VT. (We are currently screening films virtually and will reassess as COVID-19 health and safety protocols change.)

Tierra Curry—Senior Scientist at the Center for Biological Diversity—made an inspiring presentation following a June 2021 screening of the Rachel Carson biopic, Sense of Wonder.


Screenings normally take place on the 4th Tuesday of the month, which some exceptions due to holidays or availability of films and presenters.







Upcoming Films: 

The film Series is underwritten by:

We are sponsored by:

Past Film Screenings

Click on the images to learn more about the film, how you can take action on these issues and how you can support the producers of the film and their missions.





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