Halton Green Screens is a monthly eco-film series that is organized by a group of local environmentalists to promote environmental awareness and projects.Follow us at www.facebook.com/HaltonGreenScreens.
We are happy to announce that Halton Greens Screens will be running a new series starting January 2014, running through to June 2014, thanks to the addition of a great new group of steering committee members and the support of our sponsors. The series has moved to the Oakville Public Library Central Branch (120 Navy St. Oakville, L6J 2Z4) and will take place on Tuesdays (instead of Thursdays). We look forward to seeing you in January to kick the new series off!
Thursday, 16-January-2014 - Sponsored by Oakville Sustainability Food Partnership
Speakers: Tarrah and Nathan from Green Being FarmNamed one of the ten most popular Canadian films at the Vancouver International Film Festival, To Make A Farm asks: what might the future of local food and farming look like? This beautifully photographed documentary explores of the lives of five young people who have decided to become small-scale farmers. VIFF calls To Make A Farm "exceptionally hopeful, giving us a close-range view of humanity along with a detailed portrayal of the nuts and bolts of agriculture".
Tuesday, 4-February-2014 - Sponsored by Greening Sacred Spaces
Tuesday, 25-March-2014 - Sponsored by Halton Environmental Network (HEN)
Tuesday, 22-April-2014 - Sponsored by Oakville/Mississauga KAIROS
Date: Tuesday, 20-May-2014 - Sponsored by: www.FernRidgeLandscaping.com
Speakers: TBDOnce upon a time, in almost every city, many rivers flowed. Why did they disappear? How? And could we see them again? We search for the disappeared Petite riviere St-Pierre in Montreal, the Garrison Creek in Toronto, the River Tyburn in London, the Saw Mill River in New York, and the Bova-Celato River in Bresica, Italy. Could we see these rivers again? To find the answer, we meet visionary urban thinkers, activists and artists from around the world. (Film 72 minutes)
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|Thanks to our Sponsors!
Halton Environmental Network (HEN)
Greening Sacred Spaces
Oakville Sustainable Food Partnership
Fern Ridge Landscaping