Catawba Riverkeeper Film Festival
Nov 17, 2009
from 05:30 PM to 09:00 PM
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Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation and CPCC - Center for Sustainability invite you to Our Rivers vs. Us, a film festival focusing on how we affect our water and how our water affects us.
Location: CPCC - Tate Hall: 1201 Elizabeth Ave, Charlotte, NC
Time: 5:30 Reception sponsored by Trader Joe’s (Metropolitan location).
6:30 Films begin; panel discussion to follow.
Admission: $7; $5 (students)
Tickets can be purchased by phone at 704.330-6534 or at the CPCC Box Office the day of event.
The films will focus on the changing water quality as it travels through the underground springs of Florida; tourism lost and lives displaced due to building of dams; and “what if” water were rationed? There will be a panel discussion following the films. Featured films include: Water’s Journey: The Hidden Rivers of Florida, The Last Descent, and A Drop of Life.
You might ask the panel if they think modernization of power is worth the sacrifice of our natural resource; what can we do differently on land to keep our water clean; does he who control water, really control? These films will certainly get you thinking about how we partner with our water.
For flier and more details about the films, click here.