The Venice Green Film Series, a three-part series examining critical environmental issues from the local to the global presented by the Venice Neighborhood Council and Electric Lodge, will begin with a screening Sunday, February 28th.
The purpose of the film series is to—educate and engage the community in an entertaining and meaningful way on ecological concerns, organizers said. The event is presented at 7 p.m. on three Sundays, February 28th, March 21st and April 25th at the Electric Lodge, 1416 Electric Ave., Venice.
Each screening will focus on a particular theme and promote constructive ways for individuals to make more sustainable choices, an event spokesperson said.
The series will kick off with a look at energy in America and its dependence on foreign oil with a screening of “Fuel.”
The March 21st show will focus on the bottled water industry and the commoditization of water with a screening of “Tapped.”
On April 25th the series will conclude by looking at the impact of overfishing on our oceans with a screening of—“End of the Line.”
After each screening there will be a question and answer session with a panel of guest speakers as well as an open discussion with the audience. The conversation will focus on the positive impact people can make in their daily lives.
Director Josh Tickell and producer Rebecca Harrell of “Fuel” will be doing a Q & A after the screening on February 28th.
The Venice Green Film Series is—free and open to the public. Space is limited.
To RSVP and for more information, http://venicegreenfilm.blogspot.com/.