Dive in to activist and documentary cinema with a green film and conversation series presented by the Jewish Film Institute and Urban Adamah, co-presented by SF Green Film Festival.
The series kicks off on Thursday, November 12 at the Urban Adamah tent in Berkeley with There Once was an Island, followed on December 3 by the documentary How to Change the World (SFGFF 2015) at the Ninth Street Independent Film Center Screening Room in San Francisco. The series wraps on January 7 with an encore screening of American Commune, also in San Francisco.
Join us for popcorn and tea under the stars in Berkeley and drinks and nosh in the heart of San Francisco, as JFI presents film and encourages dialogue to take action.
All screenings are free and open to the public!
There Once Was An Island
What if you had to leave your home forever? Takuu, a tiny atoll in Papua New Guinea, contains the last Polynesian culture of its kind. Facing escalating climate-related impacts, including a terrifying flood, community members Teloo, Endar, and Satty, take us on an intimate journey to the core of their lives and dreams. Will they relocate to war-ravaged Bougainville – becoming environmental refugees – or fight to stay? Two visiting scientists investigate on the island, leading audience and community to a greater understanding of climate change.
Dir. Briar March, New Zealand, 2010, 80 min.
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