Earth Port Film Festival, April 12

600_115741972Eight short films addressing the theme of creating, discovering, inspiring, catalyzing or documenting environmental action have been selected for screening at the 2015 Earth Port Film Festival, including Seeding a Dream: Growing Local:

Earth Port Film Festival
Transition Newburyport
Location: Firehouse Center for the Arts,1 Market Square, Newburyport, MA
Date: Sunday, April 12, 2015
Time: 6 pm

Now in its 4th year, the Earth Port Film Festival features short environmental films on the theme of creating, discovering, inspiring, catalyzing or documenting environmental action. This year’s festival includes eight short films from the USA, Canada, and Australia, ranging from 3 to 20 minutes, covering stories from an animated Arctic fable to an Iraqi activist restoring marshlands in his native land; from an action to stop the Keystone XL pipeline to a young couple farming the land and building community in Whitefield, ME. Though not formally rated, the festival is recommended for a PG audience.

The film festival is organized by PortMedia and Transition Newburyport. Proceeds are used to support the training and development of Newburyport youth and adults in the art of communicating via film and video.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Firehouse Center Box Office at Market Square, Newburyport, or by calling or online. The Box Office takes all major credit cards and all sales are final. Box Office Hours: Wed-Sun 12-5pm with extended hours on performance days. In Advance: $10 Students; $15 Adults. At Door: $12 Students; $17 Adults.

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