UD Environmental Film Festival February 21st-23rd
The University of Delaware's First Environmental Film Festival
Friday, February 21, through Sunday, February 23, 2014
University of Delaware's Mitchell Hall
Click on the links below to visit official film websites and view trailers. Click here to download a pdf version of the festival program.
Friday afternoon – "The World's First Toxic Comedy" and a breathtaking documentary about climate change.
Friday night – Director John Fiege will be present to talk about his forthcoming documentary on grassroots opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline.
7:00 —Above All Else, moderated by Adam Rome, History and English
Saturday afternoon – Three documentaries about nature in cities: a garden, a lost river, and a birder's paradise.
12:00 — The Garden, moderated by Annette Giesecke, Classics, Foreign Languages and Literatures
2:00 — Rock the Boat, moderated by Jerry Kauffman, Director of the Water Resources Agency, Public Policy and Administration
3:30 — Birders: The Central Park Effect, moderated by Daniel Callahan, History
Saturday night – Director Ian Cheney talks about his documentary on what we lose when we can't see the night sky.
7:00 —The City Dark, moderated by Sandy Isenstadt, Architecture, Art History
Sunday afternoon – What kind of species are we? Three documentaries that will make you think about human nature.
All films in this session moderated by Tom Powers, Philosophy, and Director, Center for Science, Ethics, and Public Policy
Sunday night – A documentary about one family's extreme experiment in eco-living and student visions of the green life.