Free screenings of eco-film "Home" showing throughout Tampa Bay, February 11-17

For more information on how you can participate, visit to locate a movie showing nearest you (and see below).

This project, launched by the non-profit organization Code Green Community, is a collection of individuals pursuing a common goal of growing a local, resilient and sustainable community in the greater Tampa Bay area. They come together with specific tasks of collaboration on sustainable projects both individually and as a group in an effort to transition the community away from fossil fuel use. Code Green supports and promotes the Transition Movement. Learn more at or contact Eric Stewart at 727-271-2754, or [email protected].

Home screenings:

West Pasco Habitat for Humanity - Thursday, February 17; 7 p.m.

4131 Madison St

New Port Richey

The Angelus - Friday, February 11; 7 p.m.

12413 Hudson Ave

Hudson, FL 34669

New Port Richey Library - Saturday, February 12; 1 p.m.

5939 Main St

New Port Richey, FL 34652

Clearwater Unitarian Universalist Church - Saturday, February 12; 7 p.m.

2470 Nursery Rd

Clearwater, FL 33764

St. Petersburg College: Clearwater Campus - Monday, February 14; 12:30 p.m.

2465 Drew St

Clearwater, FL 33765

St. Pete for Peace at Cafe Bohemia - Wednesday, February 16; 7:30 p.m.

937 Central Ave

St Petersburg, FL 33705

Hudson Library - Saturday, February 12; 1 p.m.

8012 Library Rd

Hudson, FL 34667

The Roosevelt 2.0 - Sunday, February 13, 6 p.m.

1812 N 15th St

Tampa, FL 33605

Dunedin Community Center - February 13; 11:30 a.m.

1920 Pinehurst Rd

Dunedin, FL 34698

During the week surrounding Valentine's Day, organizations across the Tampa bay area will show the eco-film Home to create awareness about building a higher level of social consciousness of our interconnected relationship with the environment.

Eco-conscious organizations from all over Tampa Bay are joining together in solidarity to show their love for the Earth. Be a part of this event by attending the Tampa Bay-wide showing of the breathtaking film Home by Yann Arthus-Bertrand. Through visually stunning aerial footage from more than 50 countries, this poignant film captures the beauty and awe of our planet. It evokes a message of concern for its health due to humanity’s incessant demand on its precious resources through our insatiable and unconscious consumption.

Code Green Community is working with St. Petersburg College’s Sustainability Department, Clearwater Unitarian Universalist Church, The Angelus, Habitat for Humanity, The Roosevelt 2.0, St. Petersburg for Peace, The City of Dunedin, and other socially conscious Tampa Bay area organizations to coordinate this first ever, Tampa Bay-wide film screening that spans the entire week surrounding Valentine’s Day.


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