PHEFF: Program 10
SHORTS PROGRAM 2
Saturday, April 6, 2019 at 8:15 pm
Philadelphia Film Center | Black Box
General Admission $12, Child $5, and Students* $5
*Because student ID is required, student tickets may only be purchased in-person.
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SHORTS PROGRAM 2
ELLIE LARKIN | UK | 2018 | 2 MIN
An experimental stop-motion about climate change deniers.
REVIVING THE DELAWARE
KIMBERLY PAYNTER | USA | 2018 | 2 MIN
The vast improvement of the Delaware River in our region since the Clean Water Act.
NOW YOU SEE IT
REBECCA MANLEY | UK | 2018 | 3 MIN
Animated short about environmental damage, featuring the voice of Ewan McGregor.
BARRY MITCHELL | AUSTRALIA | 2018 | 7 MIN
In a cave by the sea sometime in the future, a woman sits by a fire, preparing a meal for herself and three children, while she tells them a sad tale about what happened to their ancestors – us.
GIVERS AND TAKERS
PETER BYCK | USA | 2018 | 10 MIN
When a South Carolina farmer changes from conventional to regenerative grazing, in just a few months he sees huge and positive changes for his land, his animals, and his bottom line.
SANKOFA, REMEMBERING OUR FUTURE
MITCHELL SMITH | USA | 2018 | 15 MIN
Urban farming on Sankofa Farms in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and North Carolina, contribute greatly to those communities’ cultural, social, and nutritional growth.
A PLACE IN THE GARDEN
JEFF BUSS, CHRISTINE CIANO | USA | 2018 | 17 MIN
Two couples become citizen scientists by creating hummingbird oases in their backyards, giving educational talks to the public, and enlisting specialists to collect data about these elusive, brilliant wonders of the natural world.
THE LAST GREEN THREAD
DANIEL SCHMIDT | USA | 2018 | 18 MIN
In 2018, three friends set out on a river journey into the most rapidly developing landscape in Central Florida, finding wildlife and nature in some surprising places.
AFTER THE FIRE
DEREK KNOWLES | USA | 2018 | 19 MIN
The story of three individuals’ quiet strength as they pick up the pieces and seek to understand the ways their community has been changed overnight by the 2017 destructive fire in Sonoma Valley.