Dylan D’Haeze is a 14-year-old filmmaker on a mission. Already, at his young age, he has produced a series of documentaries called Kids Can Save the Planet.

Dylan lives in Washington state, but on Friday, Jan. 26 he will be at the West Tisbury School, screening his work, teaching film workshops and helping to facilitate discussions on how to save the planet.

The program is open to everyone and begins at 5:30 p.m.. It includes a reduced-cost dinner of tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches, care of the Food Truck, the world premier of Dylan’s latest movie, Everything Connects, and post screening activities and film workshops aimed at sustainability .

And check out for the plastic House of Horrors created by the West Tisbury School students, and a zero waste photo booth.

The event is sponsored by the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival, Vineyard Conservation Society, Sail MV, Island Grown Schools, Vineyard Land Surveying, Cronig’s Markets, Vineyard Herbs, Plastic Free MV, The Food Truck and Straw Free MV.