Film Festival: Day of Cinema for the Climate – Nov 20
Posted by Drexel University on November 9, 2021
Drexel University and the Academy of Natural Sciences are proud to support our first-ever student organized and run Film Festival! One day only, Saturday, November 20, the Cinema for the Climate at the Academy of Natural Sciences (1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19103) will feature two film programs focusing on stories of hope, community and climate change solutions.
Join us in the morning for a family-friendly feature film program and activities. The afternoon session, tailored for older audiences, will take a thoughtful look at our changing climate and the roles we can play as we work toward a sustainable future. Both programs will include Q&A sessions moderated by Drexel students after the films, as well as other activities for festival attendees.
The day will begin at 10:30 am with the family-friendly film 2040, before moving on at 2pm to our more serious film choice of Mossville: When Great Trees Fall. Each film will be accompanied by climate awareness activities and a film discussion.
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