Our passion is showing film — join us for our community screenings & events!
Founded by avid film buffs Suzzanne and Brett Cromwell, the Lowell Film Collaborative (LFC) is a grassroots initiative dedicated to enhancing the burgeoning artistic community of Lowell, Massachusetts, by celebrating the art of motion pictures. Through film & video screenings, discussions, film festivals & series events, the LFC strives to support local and regional cinema and motion picture artists while developing partnerships with local businesses and organizations. In addition to Suzzanne and Brett, the LFC includes a community of supporters who are like-minded film enthusiasts that share their desire to see more independent film in Lowell, AND the Merrimack Valley.
2018 ECO FILM SERIES: TAKING ACTION
Every Last Tuesday of the Month | January – June
Film Program: 6:30pm
Join the Lowell Film Collaborative and Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust for this year’s highly anticipated 6-month Eco Film Series. Our 2018 theme is “Taking Action” and our lineup includes an array of diverse documentary films showcasing the following subjects: Ocean Conservation, Fiber Farming, Global Sustainability, Urban Planning, Food Sustainability, and Land Art.
All films are free and open to the public, and take place at the Lowell National Historical Park Visitor Center, our official venue partner. Donations are gratefully accepted at each event!
> CLICK HERE to view the full 2018 Film Schedule
ADDICTED TO SHEEP | 2015, 86 minutes
Tuesday, January 30 | 6:30pm
Lowell National Historical Park Visitor Center
246 Market Street, Lowell
Join us for the FIRST film of our 2018 Eco Film Series! Immerse yourself in a year in the life of the Hutchinson family. Experience the ups and the downs of what it means to be a sheep farmer as one family embarks on a quest to breed the perfect sheep!
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A big thank you to our sponsors, Enterprise Bank, Eno, Martin & Donahue LLP, Lowell Sustainability Council, and Mill City Environmental, for making this film series possible. This film is also supported in part by a grant from the Lowell Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency. This film series is presented free of charge and is open to the public — donations are gratefully accepted.