UNM West Campus is hosting “Movies for Earth Day” on Wednesday, April 23, from 11am to 4pm. The program will consist of several New Mexico-made films and discussions with filmmakers. Films include “Land Water People Time” (a look at some of the peoples of Northern New Mexico and their heritage), “Princess Marisol and the Moon Thieves” (a multimedia musical fantasy about a young girl and some mischievous musicians), Valles Caldera: The Science (an Emmy Award-winning doc about groundbreaking research being conducted in New Mexico’s supervolcano) and Rooted Lands: Tierras Arraigadas (an exploration of the grassroots people’s movement in Mora and San Miguel counties). Admission is free. UNM West is located at 2600 College NE in Rio Rancho. The event will take place in Room 1225.