Meaningful Movies by Climate Reality Las Vegas presents El tema

6:30 PM, Thursday, September 29, 2022 PST

The six-episode, documentary web series deals with the fundamental aspects of the climate crisis in Mexico through the stories and experiences of environmental activists, human rights advocates, indigenous communities, academics, and non-profit organizations. Two witnesses, actor, producer and director Gael García Bernal and writer and linguist Yásnaya Aguilar, will weave the different stories together and reflect on the impact of each of the problems discussed in the show. The shorts are framed by the ecosystems and natural landscapes threatened by human impact in different parts of the country. The shorts will revolve around the following subjects: Water, in Chihuahua; Air, in Monterrey; Carbon, in Coahuila; Oceans, in Cozumel; Energy, in Tabasco; and Food, in Chapala. Each episode centers on a specific issue and interlinks visions, strategies and actions in order to propose a possible future that takes the environment into account as part of the country’s political agenda.

The event is free, please rsvp at

The event will take place at Gary Reese Freedom Park located at 850 N. Mojave Road, 89101. Please plan to park in the parking lot along Mojave Road as we will be set up in the northwest corner of the park, west of the soccer fields.

The movie will start at 6:30 p.m. and a discussion will follow after.

Sponsors: Climate Reality Las Vegas  

Release Year: 2021

Running Time: 68

Director: Gael Garcia Bernal

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