Freeland Film Festival is excited to announce our 2023 lineup of monthly film screenings!
Our carefully selected films focus on stories about people, wild animals, and ecosystems facing daunting challenges around the world, and suggest solutions.
One film or a shorts program will be available for viewing online from anywhere in the world each month, and in-person screenings will be held at the Town Hall in Green Lake, Wisconsin. We will also host live discussions online with filmmakers and subject matter experts to continue the conversation after a film screening and let you ask questions.
Check out the link below to see what's showing online now and reserve your FREE tickets!
2023 MONTHLY FILM SCREENINGS:
February 2023 Film:
January 2023 Film:
Sundance-winning film THE TERRITORY from National Geographic Documentary Films is a vital examination of the Uru-eu-wau-wau’s fight to maintain the sovereignty of their land in the Amazon Rainforest of Brazil.
December 2022 Film:
FROM MASS TO THE MOUNTAIN
From Mass to the Mountain takes you to eastern Panama, where decades of government corruption and neglect have impoverished the region. But thanks to the tireless efforts of one priest to build infrastructure, protect watersheds, and conserve the rainforest, life is looking up for the locals.
Freeland is a frontline organization working for a world that is free of wildlife trafficking and human slavery. Our team of law enforcement and development specialists work alongside partners in Asia, Africa and the Americas to build capacity, reduce demand, strengthen networks and promote good governance to protect critical ecosystems and vulnerable people.
The Freeland Film Festival is a global storytelling platform featuring films about people, wild animals and ecosystems that are facing daunting challenges. These are stories of hope and inspiration.
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