Start Time: Film times vary
Admission: Adults: $7 & Youth: $5 (in advance online). Day of & Door Tickets cost $3 more.
Audubon has a plan to beat the Summer heat. The 'Audubon At Home' Nature Film Series. This new series features 18 of the most innovative eco-documentaries created in recent years. Organized around three themes: Bird Conservation, Conservation Heroes: Today & Yesterday, and the Sustainable Food Movement, this six-day film bonanza will certainly provide much food for thought. So join us for this unique 'fund' and 'awareness' raiser that is co-hosted by Audubon Greenwich & Analiese Paik, the founder of The Fairfield Green Food Guide - the source for all-things edible, green, organic and local. Watch the film trailers at this link.
Thursday, August 9
6:00-7:00 PM: America's Wildest Refuge ~ Discovering the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
7:00-8:00 PM: Wine & Cheese Reception and Summer Evening BYO-Picnic
8:00-9:30 PM: DIRT! ~ The Movie (about the wonders of soil, one of Earth's most valuable resources)
Friday, August 10
6:30-8:00 PM: Wine & Cheese Reception and Summer Evening BYO-Picnic
8:00-9:30 PM: The Last Mountain (about mountain-top coal mining *first time screening)
Saturday, August 11
3:00-4:30 PM: The Legend of Pale Male (about red-tail hawks & their Central Park fans)
4:30-5:00 PM: Project Puffin (about Audubon & its success returning Atlantic Puffins to Maine)
5:00-6:30 PM: The Unnatural History of the Kakapo (about New Zealand's flightless parrot)
6:30-8:00 PM: Rare Bird (about Wingate's lifework saving a seabird once thought extinct)
8:00-9:30 PM: Living Downstream (about Sandra Steingraber's work on common toxins)
Thursday, August 16
4:30-6:00 PM: Play Again (about the effect of TV, texting, and computers on kids & nature-deficit disorder solutions)
6:00-7:30 PM: A Sense of Wonder (about Rachel Carson's life & final days on earth)
7:30-9:00 PM: A Chemical Reaction (about Canada's successful ban on toxic lawn chemicals)
Friday, August 17
4:30-6:00 PM: TAPPED ~ The Movie (about the bottled water industry's effect on people & nature)
6:00-7:30 PM: Facing the Storm (about the amazing history of Bison & its sustainable future)
7:30-9:00 PM: The City Dark (about night lighting effects on stars, birds, the health)
Saturday, August 18
2:30-4:00 PM: A Sea Change (about carbon dioxide, ocean acidification, and people)
4:00-5:00 PM: End of the Line (about the global over-fishing crisis and how to solve it)
5:00-6:30 PM: American Meat (about how organic farming can feed the nation and more)
6:30-8:00 PM: Special Art Reception for Bon Freakin' Appetit by Artist Donna Simons
8:00-9:30 PM: Bitter Seeds (about how GMO seeds are wreaking havoc on farmers in India)
THIS EVENT IS KINDLY CO-SPONSORED BY TWO GROUPS MAKING A BIG DIFFERENCE:
Grassroots Environmental Education ~ Grassroots is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public about the links between common environmental exposures and human health.
Slow Food Metro North ~ Serving the Slow Food mission in the counties Westchester, Putnam, NY and Fairfield County, CT, they are supporting "Good, Clean, Fair Food" for all.
Advance tickets highly recommended. To avoid disappointment at the door, All-Access Film Pass & other ticket holders need to RSVPs the day prior to each event. Space permitting, tickets will be for sale at the door. For age suitability, please check the trailers via the film's websites whereas that is best determined by the parent or guardian.
SUMMER FILM SERIES TICKETS & PASSES:
A) Day Passes: $7/Adult & $5/Youth 18 and under.
B) "All-access Film Passes" are $25/person guarantee full access at a bargain prices. Film Passes with receptions are just $35.
C) For films preceded by Wine & Cheese Receptions (August 9, 10, 18): $12/adult & $7/under 21. Or add $5 to a day pass.
TO PURCHASE TICKETS, RSVP TO: Jeff Cordulack via phone (203-869-5272 x239) or email (email@example.com) and ticket payment will be collected at the door. Also, please remember that RSVPs the day prior will guarantee seats. After that, seating is first come, first served.
Audubon Greenwich, 613 Riversville Road, Greenwich, CT 06831
All proceeds will benefit Audubon's bird conservation & education initiatives in Connecticut. To make a contribution to this fundraising initiative or to be recognized as an official Film Series Sponsor on the screen, contact the Events & Communications Manager, Jeff Cordulack. See the trailers!!! http://greenwich.audubon.org/audubon-home-nature-film-series