Your Guide to the Fall 2022 Film Events Sponsored in Part by OHIO University Libraries
The Fall 2022 Sustainability Film Series is underway. First up starting September 7, “Revolution Generation”, an exploration of the world-changing activism and potential of the largest youth generation in history. I'm excited to be working more closely with our sponsors this fall. The Revolution will include a post-show discussion led by Mary Nally, Director, Center for Campus and Community Engagement (CCCE). The center is especially focused on Media Literacy, Civic Engagement, Voting – this film speaks to all these issues. Note: University Libraries have the streaming version of this film, it’s worth watching.
On September 21st, we are very excited to bring Athens ReThink Plastics, a community-based organization, and Office of Sustainability as guest panelists for the screening of “The Story of Plastic”. The film is a exposé revealing the truth behind plastic pollution and the truth about recycling.
October 5, Food for Change and Camp Yoshi, this year we will work with our Honors College sponsors, specifically with Dr. Myrna Sheldon, Cutler Scholars on a student led panel about Food and Community.
Lastly, on October 19, we are screening Hellbent and Disappearing Voices. Hellbent is a short film about the Eastern Hellbender aka salamander. Dr. Viorel Popescu, Biology, will lead the panel along with director, Justin Grubb. Disappearing Voices was directed by Megan Westervelt, Barbara Geralds Institute for Storytelling, who has spent many years working in Ecuador with the Yasuni.
New this year is From the Hills and Hollers Appalachian Stories film series. Tiffany Arnold, program chair for 2023 Appalachian Studies Association Conference, has organized a series of films to compliment the conference, which will be in Athens in 2023. University libraries as well as others are sponsoring the series. September 8, Coal Miners Daughter with Prof. Rachel Terman, Sociology and Anthropology; October 13, The Mothman Prophecies with Dr. Tiffany Arnold, CHSP; November 10, We Are Marshall with Prof. Nerissa Young. AND MORE!
All films start at 7p and are FREE AND OPEN TO ALL.
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