Join us for a lively line-up of panel discussions at the 2013 Green Film Festival:
Unless otherwise noted, panel discussions are included with screening ticket.
Wednesday, May 22 with Tiny - A Story About Living Small.
What is home? And how do we find it? Join us for this discussion about sustainability, good design, and the changing American Dream.
Fracking in California
Friday, May 31 with Dear Governor Cuomo.
The New York fracking moratorium has been in place since the early days of the fracking boom on the Marcellus Shale. But in states across the country, hydraulic fracturing has been moving full steam ahead leaving regulators to play catch-up. Join Climate One for a post-screening conversation on natural gas, fracking and the economic and environmental balancing act of powering America.
Saturday, June 1 with Terra Blight.
Americans discard over 100 million monitors and TVs annually with the majority dumped illegally in third world countries. Join leading experts for a discussion on electronics and green cradle-to-cradle design.
Social Impact Strategy
Sunday, June 2 at 12:30pm
A workshop that guides filmmakers and organizations through the essential steps of using film as a tool for social change. The workshop will touch upon everything from how to engage cause-based organizations to amplify your film's outreach and impact to designing effective social and traditional media campaigns.
Sunday, June 2 with Unacceptable Levels.
Ever wonder about the chemicals that went into manufacturing your clothes, cookware, or cosmetics? There are now over 200 synthetic, industrial compounds accumulating in our bodies as a consequence of the goods we buy. Find out more about we can do to reduce our exposure to these chemicals and build a movement to regulate them.
Panelist information coming soon. Additional panels and workshops to be announced.