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To show the films in a movie theater, the cost is : $200.
Sometimes the movie producer, Lynne Cherry, and some of the young people in the films can attend your screenings. It never hurts to ask! . This would make for an engaging, exciting event for your group. Or invite a local group of youth trying to make change in your community.
It can help their project succeed!
THE YOUNG VOICES FOR THE PLANET FILMS HAVE BEEN SCREENED AT:
– The United Nations
– The American Museum of Natural History
– The Denver Museum of Nature and Science
– The Museum of Discovery and Science in Ft. Lauderdale
– The National Aquarium
– The Association for the Advancement of Science as part of Gary Braasch’s photo exhibit
– Harvard University
– Green Schools
THE FILMS HAVE BEEN SCREENED AT THE ANNUAL CONFERENCES OF:
– The National Science Teachers Association
– The Association of Science & Technology Centers
– The American Bar Association’s Environmental Law Conference
– The Society of Environmental Journalists
– National Council of Science and the Environment
– International Reading Association
– Massachusetts Climate Action Network Conference
The films were screened at the COP15 Climate Talks in Copenhagen at ten different venues and included in the “prep-kit” for Next Generation which helps Copenhagen students develop sustainable strategies for their local school and the surrounding areas.
THE FILMS HAVE BEEN SCREENED AT THESE FILM FESTIVALS:
– Belmont World Film Festival
– Golden Environmental Film Festival
– Mountainfilm at Telluride
– MY HERO International Film Festival
– Sante Fe Film Festival
– Wild & Scenic
– Woods Hole Film Festival
– World Community Film Festival
– Utopia Film Festival
The films toured through the US and Canada with Mountainfilm at Telluride’s and Wild & Scenic’s traveling film festivals.
The first eight films were screened in Gary Braasch’s spectacular photographic exhibit, Climate Change in Our World, at The Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington DC through April 30, 2010. Many of the movies can also be seen on the websites of many non-profits including The Climate Institute, National Wildlife Federation and Alliance for Climate Education.