ENERGY FILM FEST
February 24, 2007
FREE ADMISSION; FREE POPCORN
Morning Series 10:30 AM
SUV CITY (8 Minutes)
A short satirical animated film about the absurdity of big SUVs. Some people might find it funnier than others as the underlying message about four common types of big-SUV buyers may ring true.
Kilowatt Ours (38 Minutes)
Jeff Barrie takes viewers on a journey from the coal mines of
Speaker—Chris Tarr of Upland Hills (30 minutes)
Tarr is the Executive Director of
Afternoon Series 12:30 PM
French Fries to Go (15 Minutes)
Fries to Go is a funny and hopeful short film that documents the origins of
Too Hot Not to Handle (90 Minutes)
A primer on global warming, this HBO documentary features contributions from leading scientists in the field and shows how businesses, local governments, and citizens are taking positive actions to reduce global warming emissions
Speaker—Lisa Kamil, Trained by Al Gore on An Inconvenient Truth (30 minutes)
Lisa Kamil was trained by The Climate Project to present Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth. Lisa will be presenting information on global warming, the facts to back up the argument that it is a real threat and how we can make a change to stop climate change.
Evening Series 3:30 PM
BRINGING DOWN THE MOUNTAINS (12 minutes)
On the Brink (40 Minutes)
A short film on the possible link between global warming and the increase in sea surface temperatures and the increase in number and intensity of hurricanes.
Sarah Popp of The Center For Sustainable Systems
Popp is an Environmental Policy and Behavior Graduate Student Research
Assistant in the