Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month following Indigenous People’s Day by participating in Hispanic Access Foundation’s Our Heritage, Our Planet Film Week.
An annual celebration of the voices, experiences, and storytelling traditions of communities of color in connection to our heritage and our planet; Uplifting the nexus between our communities and the lands, waterways, and ocean we all call home.
The festival will be 100% virtual, free to attend for all, and feature interactive discussions between artists, communities, and decision-makers on environmental topics.
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This is a community building and advocacy space for elevating the voices and experiences of communities of color in connection to Our Heritage and Our Planet; Uplifting the nexus between our communities and the lands, waterways, and ocean we all call home.
Too often these are the voices that are left out, misunderstood, or deemed not as valuable on the topics of climate and environmental justice, when these issues impact our communities the most severely.
We work to intentionally create and curate a space for storytelling, dialog, learning, advocacy, and relationship building.
One that brings together diverse audiences to celebrate their work, while uplifting the common threads of our experiences.
We seek to create a space that can provide additional opportunities for funding, employment, education, and exposure for aspiring filmmakers of color.