The QC Environmental Film Series, which begins August 29, will be presented by the Joyce and Tony Singh Family Foundation, River Action and Nahant Marsh.
Admission to the five films is $ 20, otherwise $ 5 per film. Here is an overview of the schedule of films that will be screened at 2 p.m. at the Figge Art Museum, 225 W. 2sd St., Davenport. :
August 29: “In the canyon.In 2016, filmmaker / photographer Pete McBride and writer Kevin Fedarko embarked on a 750-mile journey on foot through the full length of the Grand Canyon. From the start, the challenge was way more than they had anticipated. More people have stood on the moon than a continuous Canyon hike. McBride and Fedarko took a sectional approach, achieving a feat that many adventurers took decades to accomplish. Others have lost their lives trying. But their quest was more than just a test of endurance – it was also a way to call attention to the unprecedented threats facing one of our most revered landscapes.
September 12: “Kiss the ground.” This feature-length documentary narrated by Woody Harrelson that highlights a “new and old approach” to agriculture called “regenerative agriculture” that has the potential to balance our climate, replenish our vast water reserves and nourish the world. world.
October 3: “An American Rise.“In just a few decades, the United States will become a majority minority nation, as people of color outnumber today’s white majority for the first time. Yet a staggering number of people in this future majority do not see the outdoors as a place for them. In tackling the grueling 20,310-foot peak of the continent’s tallest mountain, nine African-American mountaineers set out to narrow this adventure gap by building a legacy of inclusion in the outdoor and mountain community. adventure.
October 17: “History of plastic”. The film’s searing narrative reveals the horrific truth behind plastic pollution and the bogus plastic recycling solution. It presents a consistent timeline of how we came to our current global plastic pollution crisis and how the oil and gas industry successfully manipulated the narrative around it. From the extraction of fossil fuels and the elimination of plastic to the global resistance that fires back, the film is a life-changing film and depicts one of the world’s most pressing environmental issues.
November 24: “Sustainable nation”. Imagination Productions’ new hour-long documentary follows three people doing their part to bring sustainable water solutions to an increasingly thirsty planet. Using solutions developed in a water-poor Israel, they are working to change the status quo of a world where one in ten people do not have access to clean drinking water. But water is just the start. The work of this visionary trio highlights the connection between food, energy and water and highlights how solving these enormous challenges can help women and the world break free from poverty, disease and poverty. lack of life-threatening opportunities.
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