CALL TO ACTIONS PAST SCREENINGS


Sundance Film Festival


Los Angeles Film Festival


Copenhagen Climate Summit COP15


Laemmle Sunset 5 Theaters (Academy Awards Qualification Screenings)


NYC screenings - The Coliseum -


Impact Film Festival, DC


Santa Barbara International FF


Boulder International FF


DC Environmental/WRI Screening  


British Embassy Screening


Refugees International Screening


Finnish Embassy Screening


RePower America -Berlin Germany


Vail International FF – 


Ashland Film Festival (Oregon)


Dallas International Film Festival


Nashville Film Festival


River Run Film Festival (Wiston/Salem NC)


Boston International Film Festival


Newport Beach Film Festival 


Cannes Independent FF- Cannes, France (May - 2010)


Future In Review  - May 12th


Berkshire Film Festival


Reel Earth FF -  New Zealand


Mexico International Film Festival


-Lincoln Center NYC  7/29/2010


-Woods Hole Film Festival  Ma. - July 31


-Sausalito Film Festival, Ca.   Aug 14th


-AREDAY ASPEN Co.  - Aug 21th


-Sedona International Film Fest - Aug 24


-Vladivostok FF, Russia - September 


-Take One Film Fest, Scotland-  September


-Global Peace FF, Orlando - 8pm Sept.  24th and 5:30pm  Sept. 26th  (Bush Auditorium)


-EFF Melbourne, Australia - September


-Seoul, Korea CHIFF screening - September


-UNHRC Film Festival. Japan - October


Cornell College Screening, Ithica NY- Oct 14th


NH Film Festival Oct 16th - 17th, Portsmouth NH


Planet in Focus - Toronto, Canada Oct. 17th


Bates College Screening, Maine - Oct 18th


George Mason U. -Prince William Campus Tues. Oct 19th 6:30pm Verizon Auditorium 


Middlebury College, Vermont - Oct 20th


UNAFF Opening Night Film Oct. 22  7:25pm Aquarius Theatre Palto Alto, Ca.


Jordon, US Embassy Screening - October


Portland Oregon Screening - October 17th


San Diego College - Nov 3rd


Tufts College - Nov. 3rd


Monterey Bay, Ca. - Nov 7th 2:30pm Golden State Theater


Global Climate Summit, UC Davis  Nov 15th


Academy of Science SF, Ca - Nov 16th


UCLA Screening - Nov 17th 5:30pm Complimentary reception 6:30pm Screening Bridges Theater at Melnitz Hall 


University of Texas Screening Nov. 18th


Amnesty International Reel Awareness FF (Opening Film), Toronto Canada Nov.  18th


COP16 Cancun Mexico


Waimea Ocean Film Festival, Hawaii  _Jan 5th - 15th 2011


Holland Park Theater, Kalamazoo, Mi. 


Global Social Change Film Festival Bail, Indonesia





USGBC SCREENINGS


Miami, FL (USGBC South Florida Chapter):


Ft Lauderdale, FL (USGBC South Florida Chapter):


Jacksonville, FL (USGBC North Florida Chapter):


Savannah, GA (USGBC Georgia Chapter): 


St Petersburg, FL (Florida Gulf Coast USGBC Chapter):


Fayetteville, NC (USGBC NC Triangle Chapter):


Long Beach, CA (USGBC LA Chapter):


Houston, TX (Texas Gulf Coast USGBC Chapter):


Washington DC (National Capital Region USGBC Chapter):


George Washington University Marvin Center & University Conferences


Kansas City, MO (USGBC Central Plains Chapter):


San Francisco, CA (USGBC Northern California Chapter):


Phoenix, AZ (USGBC Arizona Chapter):


Sarasota, FL (Florida Gulf Coast USGBC Chapter):


Ft Myers, FL (Florida Gulf Coast USGBC Chapter):


New York City, NY (Urban Green Council)


EPA Screening UC Davis - April 26th 


American College - April 26th


Florida Atlantic University USGBC


Amherst College


Hope College


Princeton University, May 5th


Marienschule High School in Saarbruecken Germany - May 3rd


Atlantische Akademie, Lauterstrasse 2 - Kaiserslautern, Germany - May 3rd


Kulturzentrum E-Werk by the German American Institute - May 4th  Numberg Germany


Rachel Carson Center Screening  Munich Germany,  May 4th


University of Bamberg, Theater Lichtspiel,  Bamberg Germany   May 6th


Kino Arsenal Berlin, Germany   May 7th


League of Women- Los Angles May 11th


Cal Poly  -  May 16th


(this is a partial list of  past screenings)

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