All summer long, the Conservancy of Southwest Florida is bringing nature to the forefront from the comfort of the theater. On the second Saturday of each month, the Conservancy’s Eaton Conservation Hall will screen a nature-themed film designed to educate, as well as entertain. Each film screened at Cinema Saturdays was chosen to help reinforce the Conservancy’s mission of protecting Southwest Florida’s water, land, and wildlife for future generations.
- Movies will be screened at 1:30 p.m. in the Eaton Conservation Hall. Free with Conservancy Nature Center admission ($13 for adults, $9 for children).
Here’s a look at Cinema Saturdays’ upcoming films
August 8 | Earth
Disneynature takes viewers on an awe-inspiring adventure as Earth visits with some of the planet’s most magnificent creatures. Narrated by consummate voice actor James Earl Jones, the nature documentary follows a polar bear and her cubs, a humpback whale and its calve, and a herd of elephants. With breathtaking cinematography, Earth follows these remarkable animals as they traverse their respective habitats for a year, encountering other amazing animal life, prey and predators alike, while revealing the natural world like never before.
- Following the film, visit the Conservancy’s Dalton Discovery Center to learn about the dynamic Southwest Florida ecosystems and the animal life that call them home.