Thursday, March 19, 2015

Westwood NJ's 6th Annual Green Screen: Must-See Movies About our Precious Planet Earth March 19th-25th

                                                                   By Suzanne Ordas Curry
Here's a film festival with a purpose, inform and educate in an entertaining with movies and documentaries by well known directors and producers, and even include a video produced by a Girl Scout Troup from nearby Teaneck. Westwood, NJ's Sixth Annual Green Screen Film Festival starts March 19th. The
Festival kicks off in quaint downtown Westwood with an opening night reception at Bibiz Restaurant in Westwood .Running from 5:45pm - 6:45 pm, it features appetizers and a sampling of wines that were sustainably-produced.

Movies to be shown include:
Musicwood, Every Bag Counts, Plastic Paradise - The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, Cowspiracy, Soylent Green, Field Biologist and Disruption: Climate.Change,

The film festival lasts for one week, Films will be shown throughout the week at various locations including the Westwood Cinema, Westwood Library, Rosebud Theater, and HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley.There are also panel discussions by experts with Q and A opportunities.

Thanks for putting together this film festival go to its organizers, the Friends of  the Westwood Public Library, the Pascack Sustainability Group and 350NJ.

Additional thanks go to the lead sponsors which are  HackensackUMC Pascack Valley and Ramapo College Masters in Sustainability Studies. Supporting sponsors are: Westwood Gallery and Westwood Cinema. Grassroots sponsors include the Sierra Club, North Jersey Group, Food & Water Watch NJ, ClimateMama and The Rosebud Theater. Media sponsor is Pascack Valley Community Life. 

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