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E-M:/ Green on the Big Screen - extra environmental film added Saturday!!!

Environmental film festival Saturday and Sunday at Michigan State University's Communication Arts and Sciences Building. Film producers and directors available for questions and discussions.

Green on the Big Screen on Saturday is a true movie marathon. Choose from 16 screenings throughout the day!
Bring the kids (free for ages 12 and under) for family-friendly films like Riddle in a Bottle, Stranger in the Woods, The Disenchanted Fores, In the Company of Wild Butterflies, and Project Earth Discovery films.
At 4:30 p.m. join us for the world premiere of Mining Madness, Water Wars, with special guests National Wildlife Federation lawyer Michelle Halley and producer Angela Nebel.
Caitlin Dixon, the editor of FLOW: For Love of Water, and Curt Ellis, the director of King Corn, will be on hand for lively discussions too.
AND we just added a film today to the lineup. Red Gold will be showing at both 2 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. in Room 148.
Admittance is only $3 (free for ages 12 and under) and includes free popcorn and drink! Every ticketholder goes into a drawing for raffle prizes including an MSU Bike lease, canoe rentals, Discovery Communications DVDs, Foods for Living gift certificates, and trees from the MSU Department of Horticulture.
Win tickets to Green on the Big Screen!

David Poulson
Associate Director
Knight Center for Environmental Journalism
Michigan State University
517 432 5417