Film Series

Project Info

Project Description

Thank you to our Sponsor Partners:
Clark County Green Neighbors and the Vancouver Community Library

FILM LENDING LIBRARY

Our Food and Film series has been bringing environmental documentaries to the community for 8 years. You can borrow the films for free! The Eco-Film Lending Library sponsored by Clark County Green Neighbors makes the films available to borrow for up to two weeks and is free to the general public. See list on the slide or at the link below.

Keep in mind that these films cannot be used for profit. Patrons are limited to check out two at a time for 2 weeks

Please contact: Click Here to go to Request a Film from Clark County Green Neighbors

 

Apr
28
Tue
Food & Film – Right to Harm @ Vancouver Community Library
Apr 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Through the riveting stories of five rural communities, Right to Harm exposes the devastating public health impact factory farming has on many disadvantaged citizens throughout the United States. Filmed across the country, the documentary chronicles the failures of state agencies to regulate industrial animal agriculture. Known formally as Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations – or CAFOs – these facilities produce millions of gallons of untreated waste that destroys the quality of life for nearby neighbors. Fed up with the lack of regulation, these disenfranchised citizens band together to demand justice from their legislators.

See the trailer at: https://righttoharm.film/

In addition to the film there will be representatives from LULAC SW WA Council 47013 and Vancouver.Wa NAACP presenting.

Doors open at 5:30 get there early to get a good seat
Pizza at 6:00
Film starts around 6:15

Pizza through a generous discount from Vancouver Pizza Company. There will be GF/Vegan as well.

Sponsored in part by: Vancouver Community Library and Clark County Green Neighbors

Attention teachers: This can count as professional development credits.

May
26
Tue
Food and Film – River of Gold @ Vancouver Community Library
May 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Narrated by Academy Award winners Sissy Spacek and Herbie Hancock, RIVER OF GOLD is the disturbing account of a clandestine journey bearing witness to the apocalyptic destruction of the Amazon Rainforest in the pursuit of illegally mined gold. War journalists Ron Haviv and Donovan Webster travel along Peru’s Madre de Dios River to reveal the savage unraveling of pristine rainforest. Peruvian environmental activist and biologist, Enrique Ortiz, guides the team, pointing out the heedless exploitation of the land.

Miners rush to the Amazon to scrape together enough money to start a business or to feed their family while disregarding the catastrophic consequences to their health and homeland Vulnerable trees, over one thousand years old, and countless species of plants, animals, and insects, both known to science and yet to be discovered, fall victim to the annihilation. Environmental degradation and human degradation are irrevocably intertwined as illegal gold mining is directly tied to corruption, human trafficking, narcotics, and organized crime.

See trailer at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q2moTSoea0&feature=youtu.be

Doors open at 5:30 get there early to get a good seat
Pizza at 6:00
Film starts around 6:15

Pizza through a generous discount from Vancouver Pizza Company. There will be GF/Vegan as well.

Sponsored in part by: Vancouver Community Library and Clark County Green Neighbors

Attention teachers: This can count as professional development credits.

Jun
23
Tue
Food and Film – Overload @ Vancouver Community Library
Jun 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Before starting a family, Soozie Eastman, daughter of an industrial chemical distributor, embarks on a journey to find out the levels of toxins in her body and explores if there is anything she or anyone else can do to change them. Soozie has just learned that hundreds of synthetic toxins are now found in every baby born in America and the government and chemical corporations are doing little to protect citizens and consumers.

With guidance from world-renowned physicians and environmental leaders, interviews with scientists and politicians, and stories of everyday Americans, Soozie uncovers how we got to be so overloaded with chemicals and if there is anything we can do to take control of our exposure. https://www.facebook.com/overloadfilm/

See the trailer at: http://overloadfilm.com/

Doors open at 5:30 get there early to get a good seat
Pizza at 6:00
Film starts around 6:15

Pizza through a generous discount from Vancouver Pizza Company. There will be GF/Vegan as well.

Sponsored in part by: Vancouver Community Library and Clark County Green Neighbors

Attention teachers: This can count as professional development credits.