The goal is to empower students, teaching them that they have a voice and the power to transform their community.
1 Hr 45 Mins A Special Screening Sunday, November 9 – 11 a.m.
addresses an ethos that has been sweeping the nation and is a call to action America has been waiting for.
Following the screening: Panel discussion with leaders in the Hudson Valley farm and food movement.
American Farmland Trust David Haight, New York Director of American Farmland Trust Winter Sun Farms Jim Hyland, President farm2Great Performances/ Katchkie Farm Liz Neumark Edible Hudson Valley Nancy Brannigan Painter Sunday, April 18th, 2010 at am Open to the Public Free of Charge 20, 2011 Film Works Forum in collaboration with the Audubon Sharon presents a Feature Documentary filmed in the swamps of Eastern Arkansas Directed by: Scott Crocker Synopsis: Set in a murky swamp overrun with birders, scientists, and reporters, Ghost Bird explores the limits of certainty, the seductive power of hope, and how one phantom woodpecker changed a sleepy Southern town forever. Comins, Director of Bird Conservation, Audubon Connecticut Mr.
Comins is a graduate of Trinity College in Hartford , and has worked in the bird conservation arena for the last 15 years. His family has lived in Connecticut since 1635, a legacy that strengthens his deep personal commitment to conserving the habitats and character of the state.
Joy and life are resuscitated, and our cultural fears over aging are confronted.
Another group is working on the controversial issues involved in teaching about religions in a public school. Each film will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by Filmmaker & Director Jon Bowermaster: Panel participants include: Jon Bowermaster: Filmmaker/Moderator Ned Sullivan, President, Scenic Hudson Didi Barrett, ’s Marshall Miles interview Jon Bowermaster & Ned Sullivan about this event.
Please join us to see these interesting and provocative films and hear from the student filmmakers on why they chose their subjects and what they have learned. For many years, the Hudson river, like so many waterways, was treated like an infinite waste barrel, a receptacle for poisonous chemicals, hazardous waste, trash of all descriptions.
Saturday, December 1st at 11AM The Civic Life Project is an alternative to the standard High School Civics Class.
The project is a collaboration with high school teachers, which allows educators to use filmmaking to transform the classroom into a laboratory for civics.
Open to the Public, Free of Charge In celebrating local filmmakers, we are proud to announce a free private screening at the Moviehouse of the film “Michael” directed by alum of Indian Mountain School, Hotchkiss, and most recently New York University, Harry Bainbridge Shot entirely at Indian Mountain School, “Michael”, a short drama, chronicles the experience of one boy at a youth boarding school on September 11, 2001.