The Redford Center
The Redford Center advances environmental solutions through the power of stories that move. Over the years, The Redford Center has produced three award-winning feature documentaries and over 35 short films, supported nearly 100 film and media projects with grants and other services, inspired over 500 student films, and dispersed nearly $10 million to fiscally sponsored projects. The films activate real change – having engaged millions of viewers across all 50 states and 45 countries. The Redford Center impact campaigns have halted the construction of dirty coal plants, reconnected the Colorado River to the Sea of Cortez, and helped accelerate the clean energy revolution in America.
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