[caption id="attachment_3325" align="alignright" width="300" caption="DARK SIDE OF THE LENS by Mickey Smith"][/caption] September 14 // 5:30pm-8:00pm // Bently Reserve // Another chance to see many of the brilliant short films from the 2011 San Francisco Green Film Festival! Join us on Wednesday, September 14 to celebrate A Common Green at the Bently Reserve where we will be screening a selection of the festival’s short film highlights in the Farallon Room. The free film program will run throughout the event and includes: SKYLIGHT, David Baas, Canada 2009, 5 min THE HERD, Ken Wardrop, Ireland 2008, 4 min DARK SIDE OF THE LENS, Mickey Smith, UK 2010, 6 min PLASTIC STATE OF MIND, Ben Zolno, USA 2010, 3 min HOW YOUR MONEY WORKS, Tobias Knipf & Andreas Kronbeck, Germany 2010, 3 min GARBAGE ANGELS, Pierre Trudeau, Canada 2008, 6 min PLASTIC & GLASS, Tessa Joosse, France 2009, 10 min VARMINTS, Marc Craste, UK 2008, 24 min At A Common Green, San Francisco's leading nonprofits, foundations, and businesses will gather under one roof for an extraordinary chance to meet face-to-face. Sponsored by the Bently Reserve, Larkspur Hotels & Restaurants, Back to Earth Organic Catering, and the Business Council on Climate Change [BC3], A Common Green is a meeting of minds for the Bay Area's environmental communities and leaders, giving them the chance to join their efforts in improving the quality of life for San Francisco. The possibilities for new partnerships, projects, and initiatives are endless — but the goal for a greener future is common to all of the participants! More info at http://acommongreen.com/ Find our table in the Farallon Room next to the Banking Hall to meet with the festival team and pick-up a festival t-shirt or bag! NOTE The event is free but all participants must register to attend; space is limited. Please register at http://acommongreen.com/ to receive an invitation and confirmation via email a week before the event. DIRECTIONS All attendees are encouraged to take public transportation to the event. Bently Reserve is located at 301 Battery Street near the Embarcadero MUNI / Bart station.
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