The True Cost

92 Minutes
Filmmaker: Andrew Morgan
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This film explores the impact of the fashion industry on people and the planet.  While the price of clothing has been decreasing for decades, the human and environmental costs continue to grow. Filmed in 13 countries around the world, The True Cost explores the global damage being done and the ways we are buying into it and includes interviews with top voices from the fashion industry as well as prominent human rights and environmental activists.

Screens on Sunday, October 30th during BLOCK 15, which begins at 3:30 pm at the Frank Center on the Shepherd University Campus.

Think Like a Scientist: Boundaries

7 Minutes
Filmmakers: Nathan Dappen and Neil Losin
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Meet conservation photographer Krista Schlyer, who has spent the last seven years documenting the environmental effects of the U.S./Mexico border wall, and biologist Jon Beckmann, who studies how man-made barriers influence the movement of wildlife.

Screens on Sunday, October 23 during Block 7, which begins at 1:00 pm at Reynolds Hall on the Shepherd University Campus.

Think Like a Scientist: Gorongosa

7 Minutes
Filmmakers: Neil Losin and Nathan Dappen
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This is the story of Greg Carr and his involvement in the restoration of Gorongosa National Park after its destruction from 30 years of war in Mozambique.

Screens on Sunday, October 23 during Block 7, which begins at 1:00 pm at Reynolds Hall on the Shepherd University Campus.

Thirty Million

2016 ACFF FOREIGN FILM AWARDACFF 2016 Foreign Film Laurels - large34 Minutes
Filmmakers: Daniel Price and Adrien Taylor
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A statistic. But this statistic is made up of individuals. Bangladesh is often described as the most vulnerable country on the planet in the face of a changing climate, as its people are already at risk from rising seas. Filmmakers Daniel Price and Adrien Taylor were fueled by the urgency of the impending displacement of these people who did relatively little to contribute to a problem that may bring unprecedented human suffering.

Two Screenings!  Screens on Saturday, October 22 during BLOCK 4, which begins at 2:15 pm at the National Conservation Training Center.  Encore screening on Friday, Oct 28th during Block 11, which begins at 6:30 pm at Reynolds Hall.

Unacceptable Risk: Firefighters on the Front Lines of Climate Change

12 Minutes
Filmmakers: Ted Wood and Daniel Glick
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The Story Group recorded the experiences of firefighters who are repeatedly responding to record-breaking wildfires. Human-caused climate changes are transforming Colorado’s fire environment, bringing higher temperatures, drier fuels, and diseases to forest. These climate impacts mix with other human pressures to create a volatile situation for firefighters and communities.

Screens on Sunday, October 23 during Block 7, which begins at 1:00 pm at Reynolds Hall on the Shepherd University Campus.

Where Ice & Ocean Meet: Kenai Fjords National Park

21 Minutes
Filmmaker: Rory Banyard
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This film is a visual exploration of the dynamic nature of the unique environment of Kenai Fjords in Alaska, a place where tides and glaciers shape the landscape and support a rich ecosystem with abundant wildlife in a time of rapid change.

Screens on Friday, October 21 during BLOCK 2, which begins at 6:30 pm at Reynolds Hall on the Shepherd University Campus.