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The SF Green Film Festival Focuses On Solutions & Environmental Justice

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Still from Christopher Beaver's 'Once Was Water.'

On this edition of Your Call, we’ll discuss this year’s 9th annual San Francisco Green Film Festival. 

We’ll speak with Peter Nelson, whose film The Pollinators explores threats to honeybees, and Chris Beaver, whose film Once Was Water tells the story of how Las Vegas, one of the driest cities in the country, is a leader in sustainable water conservation. As the climate crisis becomes the defining issue of our time, what can we learn from films focusing on solutions and environmental justice? 

 

Guests:

Peter Nelson, filmmaker/cinematographer, beekeeper and director of ThePollinators

Christopher Beaver, director of Once Was Water 

 

Web Resources:

San Francisco Green Film Festival

The Pollinators

Once Was Water