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The Guardian 2019

Dylan D'Haeze was chosen by The Guardian as one of the notable young climate activists around the world. Read all about it in the article.

CLICK HERE to read The Guardian article.


Upcoming 2018 Screenings!

The message is traveling fast! Check out some of the upcoming screenings!

Feb. 27th-28 COMMFEST Antigua--Special school program screening of Plastic Is Forever 
Mar. 17th-25th Bermuda International Film Festival-- Screening of Plastic Is Forever  
April 5-7  Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival--Special school program screening of Plastic Is Forever and Tipping Point and discussion with filmmakers
April 13 and 14 Elements Film Festival in Vancouver BC--Screening of Plastic Is Forever and discussion with filmmakers 
April 16-22 International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula, MT --Screening of Tipping Point 
May 2-4 Environmental Youth Forum San Rafael, CA --Screening of Tipping Point and Everything Connects

Screening at Woods Hole Research Center

On Sept 28th, the renowned Woods Hole Research Center will be showing Tipping Point, a climate change movie by 14-yr-old Dylan D'Haeze.

This excellent short film looks at climate change from a young person's perspective and is appropriate for kids from 10 - 110.

Among the experts and climate activists featured in Tipping Point are WHRC Founder George Woodwell, WHRC Deputy Director Max Holmes and Massachusetts State Rep. Dylan Fernandes.

The movie starts at 6 pm and the event will be finished around 7, to make this as easy as possible for families to attend.

Details & registration here:

Wild and Scenic Film Festival Article

The Islands' Sounder wrote a great article on the world premiere of the second documentary of the series, "Tipping Point".

Dylan Wins Local Hero Award


The Local Hero Award is presented each year to a present or former resident of the San Juan Islands who has made outstanding contributions to our quality of life, impacting people, animals, the arts, or the environment. Dylan is the 2017 recipient!