Environmental Film Festival
@ the Pennington Public Library
Sundays in March @ 3:00 pm. Doors open at 2:30 pm. Seating is
limited and on a first come first served basis.
Directed by Jeff Orlowski
2012, 76 minutes
Spectacular award-winning film shows the magnificent
beauty of the Arctic as it follows photographer
James Balog and his team of adventurers fearlessly
documenting our vanishing glaciers in a 3-year
project called the Extreme Ice Survey. Balog's
hauntingly beautiful videos compress years into
seconds and capture ancient mountains of ice in
motion as they disappear at a breathtaking rate.
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for more film information. New Jersey State
Climatologist Dr. David A. Robinson will lead a post
Directed by Jared Flesher
2012, 78 minutes
Sourlands weaves a provocative tale of ecology, energy and
agriculture told from a deep forest surrounded by sprawl. It details
the fight by residents to sustain this deep forest in central New
Jersey known as the Sourlands, and examines the effects of climate
change and human-created imbalances on the area. Post film Q&A with
director Jared Flesher.
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for more film information.
Directed by Ian Cheney
2011, 83 minutes
Do we need the stars? Exploring the threat of killer asteroids in
Hawaii, and tracking hatching turtles along the Florida coast, this
film unravels the myriad implications
of a globe glittering with lights - including increased breast
cancer rates from exposure to light at night, and a generation of
kids without a glimpse of the universe above. Featuring stunning
astrophotography, this is the
definitive story of light pollution and the disappearing stars.
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view trailer. Visit
thecitydark.com for more film information. Post film Q&A led
by William Anthony, Research Chair for the New Jersey Astronomical
CLEAN BIN PROJECT
Directed by Grant Baldwin
2010, 77 minutes
Grant and Jen go head to head in a comedic
competition to live with zero waste for an entire year. This award
winning, festival favorite shares moments of humor, struggle, and
hope in a cinematic and creatively executed way. It features laugh
out loud moments, stop motion animations, and captivating interviews
with TED lecturers Chris Jordan and Captain Charles Moore.
here to view trailer. Visit
cleanbinmovie.com for more film information.