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Greenscreen: A student grown film night


Date: 05/12/2011

Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Location: Auditorium Bell Museum of Natural History

Cost: $0-8 (Free with student ID)


A collection of the best environmentally focused films skillfully crafted by students at the University of Minnesota.  The filmmakers will be present and will answer questions after the screenings.

Sustainability Film Series 2011 is an innovative and exciting collaborative series of films and panel discussions designed to generate awareness, conversation and debate around current issues in sustainability. The Series features local premieres of visionary documentary films that explore sustainability, followed by panels of vibrant and informative discussions comprised of leading academics, community leaders, and proactive citizens who present and exchange ideas and views on current and local trends in sustainability.


  • Name: Beth Mercer-Taylor
  • E-mail: bethmt@umn.edu
  • Sponsored by: Institute for Advanced Study, Bell Museum of Natural History, Institute on the Environment, Film Society of Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Take Up Productions


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More information: http://www.mspfilmsociety.org/sustainability

Disability Options:

To request disability accommodations, please contact [name, department, e-mail address, phone number].

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