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Brought to you by Marshall Net Impact, in partnership with USC Environmental Student Assembly, The Change Making Media Lab, and USC Delta Kappa Alpha.
The current environmental crisis presents a defining challenge for our society. The responses of individuals, entrepreneurs and organizations continue to drive much-needed solutions. Join us for an inspiring evening of shorts and documentaries. Filmmakers, changemakers and social activists share innovative actions for solving local and global issues.
2 - 2:50pm Global. Jeremy Kagan, Emmy Award-winning director and USC Professor,
opens with a conversation of films’ role in the environmental movement. Followed by a screening of Tomorrow, a solutions-based documentary.
3 - 3:50pm Local. Let’s not forget about our own backyard. Short screening and follow-up to Jefferson Drill documentary by USC student filmmaker Niki Wong. Panel discussion to follow with local groups working on various issues in Los Angeles and California.
4 - 4:50pm Individual. We care, but what can we do? Come watch and learn how the Kalu
Yala community carries forward its new model for sustainable living. Discussion and Q&A with entertainer and Kalu Yala President, Esteban Gast, to follow.
5 - 6:30pm Bringing it all together. Emmy Award-winning filmmaker and pro surfer, Cyrus
Sutton, joins us for a screening of Island Earth, followed by Q&A and panel discussion with local nonprofit partners.
Note: The film festival is divided into four ‘themed’ sections. We invite you to join for one, or all, of the sections. Seating is limited. First-come, first-serve basis. Make sure to arrive early to reserve a spot!
USC School of Cinematic Arts, SCA 112
Los Angeles, CA United States