About

Get to know the collaborators behind EcoFilms Waterloo Region



EcoFilms Waterloo Region is brought to you by a collaboration of Alternatives Journal, Community Renewable Energy Waterloo (CREW-WR), Grand River Film Festival, the Multicultural Cinema Club, REEP Green Solutions, rare Charitable Research Reserve, and TransitionKW.


Collaborators

A\J

A\J, or Alternatives Journal, is Canada’s national environmental magazine, independently publishing intelligent & informed environmental journalism since 1971.

Contact
519 888 4442
Suite 202, 195 King Street West, Kitchener ON, N2G 1B1




Community Renewable Energy Waterloo

CREW

COMMUNITY RENEWABLE ENERGY WATERLOO (CREW) is a local non profit all volunteer organization dedicated to making conservation and renewable energy options accessible to the citizens of Waterloo Region, helping the Region of Waterloo GO GREEN.

OUR VISION is to be a network of knowledgeable advocates, early adopters and interested citizens who initiate, resource and support all local projects that encourage energy conservation and sustainable use of energy or materials from naturally regenerating sources, such as wind, solar and earth energy.

Contact
47 Georgian Crescent, Kitchener ON, N2B 3N8


Multicultural Cinema Club

Multicultural Cinema Club

The Multicultural Cinema Club (MCC) was established in December 2006 to create a culture of cinema within Waterloo region by screening films, hosting discussions, creating artistic works, and encouraging community film-making. Besides hosting people interested in film-making, we are also working to make film-making technology more accessible to a wider range of people in the community who would like to gain or build skills in this area.

Grand River Film Festival

Grand River Film Festival

An incorporated not-for-profit, the Grand River Film Festival (GRFF) was born in 2007, springing from the knowledge that the Region of Waterloo is home to many people who love films, be they large-audience movies, indies, documentaries, shorts or experimental. The Region also plays host to filmmakers who create their works using its streets and countrysides for their settings, approaching 150 productions and still rising. Joining them are the growing number of people who are studying and learning the art and craft of film making. The idea: bring these audiences together in a friendly environment to share and nurture their enthusiasm for films. With seven festivals and counting, that idea has been and continues to be a solid success. Alongside festival screenings, GRFF hosts the annual SHORT Shorts competition and the educational outreach program cin-E-merge, providing emerging filmmakers and students an opportunity to network and learn from industry professionals.

Contact
519 239 0710
Grand River Film Festival, c/o Cambridge Chamber of Commerce
750 Hespeler Road, Cambridge ON, N3H 5L8

REEP Green Solutions

REEP Green Solutions

REEP Green Solutions is an environmental, non-profit organization empowering our community towards healthier homes and sustainable living. REEP provides the services, tools and programs people need to use energy and water wisely.





TransitionKW

TransitionKW

TransitionKW’s mission is to inform, inspire and support Kitchener-Waterloo as it moves towards a more local, resilient and sustainable future.

Contact
226 535 7112
756 Victoria St S, Kitchener, ON N2M 3B4



rare Charitable Research Reserve

rare Charitable Research Reserve

Founded in 2001, the rare Charitable Research Reserve is a 900+acre land reserve situated at the confluence of the Grand and Speed Rivers. The reserve is not only a beautiful and culturally significant landscape, but includes trees more than 240 years old and provides a diversity of habitats that supports rich biodiversity. This pristine landscape is home to an incredible array of flora and fauna, some of which are ranked significant regionally, provincially, nationally, even globally.

Contact
519 650 9336
1679 Blair Rd, Cambridge ON, N3H 4R8