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Watershed Environmental Film Festival
@ the Pennington Public Library & Watershed Center
                                  

Sundays in March. Doors open 30 minutes prior to show time.  Limited seating & on a first come first served basis.

Shored Up

SHORED UP

March 1 at 3 pm

Directed by Ben Kalina

2013, 84 minutes

Location: Pennington Public Library

30 North Main St., Pennington, NJ

A documentary that asks tough questions about our coastal communities and our relationship to the land. What will a rising sea do to our homes, our businesses, and the survival of our communities? Can we afford to pile enough sand on our shores to keep the ocean at bay? In Long Beach Island, New Jersey and the Outer Banks of North Carolina, surfers, politicians, scientists and residents are racing to answer these questions. Post-film Q&A speaker TBD.  Click here to view trailer. Visit shoredupmovie.com for more film information.

 

WatershedWATERSHED:

Exploring a New Water Ethic for the New West 

March 8 at 3 pm

Directed by Mark Decena

2012, 57 minutes

Location: Watershed Center

31 Titus Mill Rd., Pennington, NJ

Executive produced and narrated by Robert Redford and directed by award-winning filmmaker Mark Decena, Watershed tells the story of the threats to the once-mighty Colorado River and offers solutions for the future of the American West. Post-film Q&A speaker TBD.Click here to view trailer. Visit watershedmovie.com for more film information.


 

Ocean Frontiers IIOCEAN FRONTIERS II:

A New England Story

for Sustaining the Sea 

March 15 at 3 pm

Directed by Karen Anspacher-Meyer

2013, 45 minutes

Location: Watershed Center

31 Titus Mill Rd., Pennington, NJ

Off the shores of New England, in a region steeped in old maritime tradition, comes a modern wave of big ships, energy industries, and a changing climate, now testing the limits of an already crowded sea. But in a pioneering trial of far-sighted planning—pushed by blueprints for offshore wind energy—old residents and new are coming together to keep their ocean and livelihoods alive. Post-film Q&A speaker TBD. Click here to view trailer. Visit oceanfrontiers.org for more film information..