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Earth Day

“Learn about, contribute to, advocate for and invest in regenerative solutions to improve our planet.”

For Earth Day, SouthCoast Film Forum is collaborating with the Buzzards Bay Coalition to present 2040: Join The Regeneration.


Streaming FREE April 22 to 25
About the Film Sponsors

The impacts of climate change are real on Buzzards Bay. Increased water temperature is accelerating algae growth threatening fish and other marine life. Sea level rise is drowning our precious salt marshes leading to the dramatic loss of many critical habitats. The Coalition is responding with sound science, government advocacy, targeted land preservation, and on-the-ground demonstration projects designed to make our Bay more resilient to these rapid changes

To support this valuable mission, please visit their website or make a donation.

SouthCoast Film Forum is a non-profit whose mission is “to promote the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world.”

About Our Virtual Film Series

To our SouthCoast Film Forum friends

We have missed seeing you at our regular festivals and film viewings. Current events have brought us all into a place where we must rethink how we connect and look at the world.

The mission of SouthCoast Film Forum is “to promote the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world.” We aspire to promote listening, learning, and activism for a better world through film.

A better and more just world is on all of our minds at this moment in time.

Virtual Film Series

We have arranged with several partners, including Magnolia Pictures, Bullfrog Films, and Women Make Movies, to stream interesting films direct to you at home. Occasionally we will recommend films or Festivals you can stream independently, such as the recent Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival.

Thank you for your continued support of independent films and the filmmakers, theaters and groups dedicated to presenting them. These Voices Matter.

Stay tuned for future viewing options, while we wait to greet you again in person.

What People Are Saying

I wanted to send a note of thanks – you’ve selected such great films for this moment in history/life.

I appreciate all that you’re doing to sustain a community when we’re not able to enjoy being together in a theatre. I hope this will be different before long, but your efforts are keeping important issues on our screens in spite of the pandemic. It’s important work, and a wonderful challenge to keep us actively seeking ways to contribute to causes for social equity.

Keep ’em coming! Best to you all,

Just want to say how much I’m appreciating the pivot towards films that shine a spotlight on important social justice issues (no surprise there for those in this group who know me, which I think is all of you 😉 Watched the John Lewis film the night before he died, which made it all the more compelling. And have been really looking forward to watching “The Fight.”

xo Nan



The SouthCoast Film Forum
promotes the power of film, art,
and ideas to 
inspire audiences
to create a better world.


  • Presenting independent films for a diverse audience
  • Celebrating storytelling
  • Connecting cultures
  • Fostering curiosity and dialogue


Susan Sargent, Founder and President
Leslie Knowles, Vice President
Terry Schaefer Severance, Secretary
Harvey Goldman, Treasurer
Deb Coolidge, PR coordinator
Tim Mahoney, Tech Advisor
Pamela Spatz, Film Advisor

SouthCoast Film Forum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.



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