The film that environmentalist Paul Hawken called “absolutely the best film on the future of humanity and the environment,” the French-produced documentary “Tomorrow” will screen once only on Thursday, June 15, at Burlingame Hall at 7 p.m.

The feature-length 2015 film, known in France as “Demain,” won best documentary film award at the Césars (the French version of the Oscars) in 2016, and has received numerous other awards at film festivals around the world.

Unlike other documentary films that focus on the cause of global environmental imbalances and their negative consequences (such as “The Eleventh Hour” and “An Inconvenient Truth”), “Tomorrow” attempts a constructive approach to identify solutions to environmental problems facing the earth.

It identifies concrete solutions that have proven themselves in countries around the world to environmental and social challenges of the present century, in agriculture, energy, economy, education and governance.

The screening event is sponsored by Transition Sonoma Valley and the Earth Care Committee of First Congregational Church.

“Tomorrow” will be presented at at 7 p.m. at Burlingame Hall, 252 W. Spain St., with a requested admission of $10, free for people 25 years or younger.