Environmental Art Film Festival & Green Grants Workshop Session

Two events (fast-approaching!) from the NYU Office of Sustainability:

First, the Environmental Art Film Festival, happening this Thursday, is screening its first movie. Food will be provided and a facilitated discussion will happen after the movie. Attached is the flyer, and see more info below.
Second, the Green Grants Workshop Session is happening on Friday. Folks with ideas for potential Green Grants will be able to brainstorm with others, find expertise, and form teams. RSVP and more info is here.
The first Environmental Art Film Festival event is THIS THURSDAY —
a screening of The Sacrifice and an interactive, dynamic discussion about our own reactions to fear, rituals and responses to crisis.RSVP links are here:

Join the GSAS Graduate Student Government, Global Liberal Studies Program and the Sustainability Office
for a series of three award-winning films and dynamic discussions that explore the meaning and value of
ritual practice and personal transformation in the face of global environmental crisis.

Each event will include a screening and a creative-format discussion tying the film to issues
such as how we respond to fear in times of crisis, our relationship to changes in natural cycles,
and our personal experiences of environmental loss and appreciation of all that remains.

The series is free and open to the public. Refreshments and snacks will be served.

** The Sacrifice (Tarkovsky, 1986) — screening & discussion Thurs Sep 27, 5:30-9:00
** Le Quattro Volte (Frammartino, 2011) — screening & discussion Thurs Oct 11, 6:30-9:00
** The Turin Horse (Tarr, 2012) — screening & discussion Thurs Oct 25, 7:15-10:30

Final Brief — Environmental Art Film Fest 2012.pdf

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