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.
JOIN US FOR OUR 2020 ECO FILM SERIES!
Co-Presented with Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust
January – June | Final Tuesday of the Month
Admission is FREE to all events!
Join the Lowell Film Collaborative and our inspiring co-presenters, Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust, as we kick off our 8th season of bringing exciting, dynamic, thought-provoking, and environmentally-minded independent films to Lowell! From diving deep into our oceans to mountain top adventures, from exploring solutions to climate change to celebrating world cultures, from wildlife preservation to the effects of our own carbon footprint on the planet, all of the acclaimed films in our Eco Film Series reflect today’s global headlines and are carefully curated with our devoted audience members in mind.
Please note: Our film series takes place at the Lowell National Historical Park Visitor Center. But due to COVID-19 restrictions, all films will be presented VIRTUALLY.
There’s nothing like experiencing truly wonderful film with friends, family, and community. We hope you will join us online for the remainder of our 2020 Eco Film Series!
JOIN US FOR OUR MAY 2020 ECO FILM!
TUESDAY, MAY 26 @ 7PM
Please REGISTER by 12pm on May 26 to receive the ZOOM access link for this event!
Dirt Rich takes the viewer on a journey through a multiplicity of carbon draw down strategies that focus on natural solutions that simultaneously address the revitalization of soil and stabilization of atmospheric carbon levels. Currently, the planet’s soils are desperately depleted as the microbial life within them has been greatly destroyed. Scientists are predicting that on the current trajectory there is only enough good soil to support 64 more harvests. This film couldn’t be more timely!
Through regenerative agricultural practices, reforestation of abandoned land, protection, and the restoration of carbon rich wetlands, Dirt Rich educates and inspires viewers to contemplate how our choices matter, and how everything on this planet connects.