James Redford Retrospective Tribute

Co-presented with the Redford Center

Made possible by the generous support of Jane Watson Stetson and E. William Stetson, III


Last year, we all felt the loss of filmmaker and activist James Redford. As a filmmaker, he was both scrutinizing and compassionate, as well as deeply hopeful and eager to elevate the voices of others. Jamie’s tireless efforts toward environmental justice were reflected not only in his own films, but also through the projects incubated and brought to life by The Redford Center. As Co-founder and Board Chair of The Redford Center, Jamie confronted inequities and heralded messages of progress, supporting storytellers as they brought their visions to life.


To honor his memory, we are presenting three of his films as free screenings as part of the James Redford Retrospective Tribute. The films we be available to view April 22-25 in our all-virtual 2021 Earth Day Celebration. Registration is open now. 


Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution (2017)



Toxic Hot Seat (2013)



Watershed: Exploring a New Water Ethic for the New West (2012)