Saturday, February 15, from 3:30 to 6:30 in the Construction and Engineering Auditorium

The Film and Literature Festival will feature readings, films shorts, video clips, and animate extravaganza. Join us for a few minutes between workshops and talking with tablers at the Radical Reimagining Fair, or spend the whole afternoon imagining beautiful ways forward.  

Readings

3.30       Reading by Tim McNulty, poet

3:50       Reading by Andrea Weiser, author

4:10       Readings from "Facing the Change" Kristin Berger, Willow Fagan, Stephen Siperstein, and Carla Wise

Film

4.30       Welcome to the Anthropocene - Stunning graphics of an occupied earth

4:33       Campaign for Local Power in Boulder, CO - A grassroots campaign to create a model for how communities can take control of their energy future.

4:39       Jeremy Rifkin lecture - RSA Animate on "The Empathetic Civilization"

4:50       Howard Zinn on "Civil Obediance" - Matt Damon reads from Howard Zinn essay on problems of "Civil Obediance"

4:55       Among Giants - A short documentary about an articulate tree-sitter

5:08       One Plastic Beach - A couple makes stunning art out of plastic trash they collect off beaches

5:16       The Story of Solutions - The Story of Solutions explores how we can move our economy in a more sustainable and just direction

5:25       Joanna Macy on "The Great Turning" - Joanna Macy explains "The Great Turning"

5:31       Heather and Goliath - A group of kayakers turned acivists defend the LA River

5:39       Thich Nhat Hanh on "Walking on the Earth" - Respected Zen master dispenses wisdom in talk at Omega Institute

5:43       Feeding Nine Billion - Introducing Solutions to the Global Food Crisis. Animate of lecture by Dr. Evan Fraser

5:56       Wendell Berry Reads: The Contrariness of the Mad Farmer - Poem.

5:59       Orion Magazine: What's Next? - A group convened by Orion Magazine answer the question: What's Next?

6:09       Enough is Enough - This film lays out a visionary but realistic alternative to the perpetual pursuit of economic growth.

6:28       Idiot with a Tripod - Moving footage of paralyzing blizzard in NY City

6:32       Occupy Wall St - The Revolution Is Love -Trailer for film about Occupy Wall Street, by Charles Eisenstein

6:37       Martin Luther King Jr. Speech - MLK on civil disobedience and obeying Just vs. Unjust laws

6:43       Atamai Village - Short documentary about the Atamai Eco Village in Motueka, New Zealand

6:51       "Can Animals Save Us?" - Linda Hogan article animated, from YES! Magazine

6:55       If money were no object? - Adapted Alan Watts lecture

6:58       Wendell Berry interview - Big Problems, Small Solutions 

7:01       Sam Cooke "A Change is going to come" - One of the greatest songs of all time, as a way of ending with hope and passion

 

 

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