Monthly Archives: February 2013

  • Our Eco Film on Friday, March 8th will be Samsara. 2011 – 102 minutes. Directed by Ron Frickle, English. Winner of 1 International Award Filmed over nearly five years in twenty-five countries on five continents, and shot on seventy-millimetre film, Samsara transports us to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes, and […]

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  • Sadhana Forest Kenya is fundraising in order to create long-term food security with thousands of Samburu families. These families suffer from severe malnutrition and related illnesses. By setting up a large tree nursery with indigenous, food bearing trees, and training the local community in tree planting and water conservation, they will be able to lead […]

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  • On Friday, March 1st, we will screen A FILM BY MARC VELLA followed by a Q & A with Marc Vella Marc Vella started playing music when he was 5. At the age of 24, he put his piano on a trailer to go and discover the world. Being considered an eccentric did not put […]

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  • On Friday, February 22nd, at 7 pm as usual, we will screen Ωcéans as our weekly Eco Film. 2010 – 102 minutes. Directed by Jacques Perrin & Jacques Clauzaud, French w/ English Subtitles. watch the trailer in French only here and a short extract and making of clip further down. Traveling at 10 knots in […]

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  • Our Eco Film on Friday, February 15th at 7 p.m. will be Auroville, the Golden Bond towards Human Unity. 2011 – 52 minutes. Directed by Michèle Decoust, English. The film is so new that the only media available online is this 3 minute trailer: Auroville, a cosmopolitan town in the South-East of India, has been […]

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  • Our Eco Film on Friday, February 8th will be The Last Lions. 2011 – 88 minutes. Directed by Dereck Joubert, English. Winner of 2 Awards 50 years ago there may have been half a million lions. Today there may be less then 20,000. Filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert, Explorers-in-Residence for National Geographic, have made a […]

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May the forest be with you.