Colombia: Free Cinema Festival in Bogota

A festival of free cinema will be held on May 8 in Bogota .

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Hula enthusiasts — Hawaii’s annual hula competition kicks off tonight with Miss…

Hula enthusiasts — Hawaii’s annual hula competition kicks off tonight with Miss Aloha Hula. complete schedule at this link, including live streaming video of the performances

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Slow down for social change: join the Tolpuddle Pilgrimage
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Calling points on the Tolpuddle Pilgrimage © Edd Baldry In a period of political urgency and existential crises one would have to be quite contrarian to suggest that by slowing down we can actually speed up social change. In this networked age we see ideas and innovations go viral but wonder why this isn’t reproduced in the real world

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Earth Day special: “A Fierce Green Fire” to be shown tonight on KQED at 9pm

iframe width=”512″ height=”376″ src=”” frameborder=”0″ marginwidth=”0″ marginheight=”0″ scrolling=”no” seamless Written, directed and produced by Academy Award-nominee Mark Kitchell (Berkeley in the Sixties), American Masters: A Fierce Green Fire spans 50 years of grassroots and global activism from the 1960s-2009 and connects the major causes of environmentalism, from conservation to climate change.

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Upcoming #EVENTS for April and May: MON 4/21 9 am – 12 pm Support the Re-Forest…

Upcoming #EVENTS for April and May: MON 4/21 9 am – 12 pm Support the Re-Foresting of Mauna Kea on Earth Day at Mauna Kea State Park. A single ceremonial sandal wood tree will be planted at 11:11 am as a symbol that we are all responsible for our air, water, and aina for the sake of our children

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Sounds Good To Me
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A sobering “documentary” about the plight of a homeless man soon becomes a parody of a filmmaker with a subject he’s unable to contain into his expectations of a street person. Eventually the camera reflexively turns on itself. The bum transforms into the grounding leader, the crew become cast, the intended story unravels, sound splits from picture, and the director’s initial vision becomes the most unreal thing about the documentary

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Clearwater Festival Set To Honor Founders Pete And Toshi Seeger. Toshi and Peter…

Clearwater Festival Set To Honor Founders Pete And Toshi Seeger. Toshi and Peter Seeger were the founders of the musical and environmental festival – officially known as Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival – in 1966

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Celebrate Earth Day at Forest Park Nature Center on Saturday, April 19th, from 1…

Celebrate Earth Day at Forest Park Nature Center on Saturday, April 19th, from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

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“TRUTH THROUGH A LENS” will be screening at the 3rd Annual Worker’s Unite Film F…
“TRUTH THROUGH A LENS” will be screening at the 3rd Annual Worker’s Unite Film F… “TRUTH THROUGH A LENS” will be screening at the 3rd Annual Worker’s Unite Film F…

“TRUTH THROUGH A LENS” will be screening at the 3rd Annual Worker’s Unite Film Festival on FRIDAY, MAY 9TH at 7:00PM at the Cinema Village, 22 E 12th St, New York, NY 10003. Call (212) 924-3363 for ticket information. In the meantime, watch the trailer for this feature-length documentary here: – TRUTH THROUGH A LENS Trailer Vimeo is the home for high-quality videos and the people who love them.

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“Am I Going Too Fast?” a short film by Hank Willis Thomas & Christopher Myers

“Am I Going Too Fast? is a digital tapestry of the intersecting worlds and interactions of craftspeople, shopkeepers, and ordinary folks whose lives have been transformed by new technologies, cell phone banking, and micro-finance; threads that weave together to form a web of connection and possibility in contemporary Nairobi.

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