The Green Screen – DEFEND THE GULF

Film Screening: 6:30pm Thursday, August 18, 2011
Location: The Green Project, 2831 Marais Street, New Orleans, LA 70117

Please join THE GREEN SCREEN for a selection of short environmental films co-presented by the Gulf Restoration Network.  Admission is FREE and open to the public.  Doors open at 6:30pm, film starts at 7:00pm.  Complementary Sailor Jerry “Stormy” Cocktails and food from Elizabeth’s Restaurant!

FEATURED FILMS:

Gulf Tides 11: Deepwater Deliberations
by Gulf Restoration Network, healthygulf.org

Restoring America’s Delta – Abridged Version
by Cornell Lab of Ornithology, birds.cornell.edu

BP Spills Coffee
by UCB Comedy, UCBComedy.com

Deepwater Horizon – One Year Later
by Cornell Lab of Ornithology, birds.cornell.edu

Stories from the Gulf: Tom Herder and William and Gage Swann
by Natural Resources Defense Council, nrdc.org, Bridge the Gulf, bridgethegulfproject.org, and Story Corps, storycorps.org

Gulf Tides 12: One Year Later – BP Drilling Disaster
by Gulf Restoration Network, healthygulf.org

Stories from the Gulf: Rosina and Geraldine Philippe
by Natural Resources Defense Council, nrdc.org, Bridge the Gulf, bridgethegulfproject.org, and Story Corps, storycorps.org

Gulf Tides 13: Mississippi Flood Lessons & Lost Opportunity
by Gulf Restoration Network, healthygulf.org

“THE GREEN SCREEN” is a monthly environmental film series produced by the Charitable Film Network and The Green Project, and held monthly at The Green Project Warehouse. All films are free and open to the public – so invite your friends!  For more information contact mail@chairtablefilmnetwork,org or info@thegreenproject.org.

The GULF RESTORATION NETWORK is committed to uniting and empowering people to protect and restore the natural resources of the Gulf Region.  The Gulf of Mexico will continue to be a natural, economic, and recreational resource that is central to the culture and heritage of five states and several nations. The people of the region will be stewards of this vital but imperiled treasure, and assume the responsibility of returning the Gulf to its previous splendor. For more information visit healthygulf.org.

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