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"The Culture of Urban Sustainability": An Evening of Short Films

Date:
Friday, May 04, 2007
Time:
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Screening
Organizer/Author:
Chrystal
Email:
Phone:
415.285.6556
Address:
P.O. Box 31251, SF, CA 94131
Location Details:
ATA (Artists Television Access)
992 Valencia St, San Francisco (at 21st St.)


Planet Drum Foundation and Mountainfilm present this unique series of short films demonstrating Eco-culture in our less than sustainable modern world.

Celebrate urban sustainability from San Francisco to Sao Paulo through the lenses of dumpster diving, clean water access, food security, and alternative body modifications. The evening will include 5 short films, light refreshments, and lively discussion. $6 at the door.

Films:
MINI CINE TUPY by Sergio Bloch & Marcos Mota,
ANCIENT MARKS by Ethen Boehme,
THE LOST PEOPLE OF MOUNTAIN VILLAGE by Neal Marlens & Carol Black,
CHICKENS IN THE CITY by Christie Herring,
WATER: A CLEAR SOLUTION by Beth & George Gage.

These films are not to be missed! They will inspire laughter, awe, and action. A must see event for all urban activists.

For questions email: outreach.planetdrum [at] gmail.com or call 415.285.6556
Added to the calendar on Thu, Mar 22, 2007 3:48PM
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