Tues, April 8: EVC Retrospective on Environmental Justice at Film Society of Lincoln Center

THROUGH OUR EYES: Three Decades of EVC Youth Documentaries
An EVC Retrospective Program 9: Waste & Water

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When:
Tuesday, April 8
3:30 – Student Screening – FREE w/ RSVP: events@evc.org

6:30 – General Screening – Buy Tickets At the FSLC Web Site

Where:
The Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center Amphitheater
144 West 65th Street

(Between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue)
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Spanning three decades worth of extraordinary work, the EVC Retrospective Series captures moments in New York’s history through the fresh, but unblinking eyes of emerging teen filmmakers. In celebration of Earth Day, EVC presents four short documentaries on environmental issues from recycling to water pollution to the effects of Hurricane Katrina.

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Trash Thy Neighbor (1990, 14m)
“A lively, creative presentation on the garbage crisis and the role urban young people can play in combating the problem…” —Safe Planet: The Guide to Environmental Film and Video

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NYC and the Hudson River (1994, 14m)
This visually creative work highlights the importance of the Hudson River and examines the causes and consequences of its pollution, through interviews with the Hudson River Keeper and visits to the then newly constructed sewage treatment plant in Harlem.

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The story of a determined Hurricane Katrina survivor and grandmother who struggles to survive and rebuild what remains of her home without federal emergency assistance, in the midst of a real-estate frenzy that is pushing the poor out of their communities.

 

ShameOnYouShame On You: That Can Be Reused! (2007, 23m)
A must-see intergenerational documentary that explores environmental justice and recycling in NYC’s low income communities with a focus on the South Bronx.

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EVC is proud to partner with the Film Society of Lincoln Center to present the retrospective series, THROUGH OUR EYES: Three Decades of EVC Youth Documentaries. Each Program will be screened twice at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center Amphitheater, with an afternoon screening for school audiences and an evening screening for general audiences. Both screenings will be followed by a question-and-answer session with producers from the short films featured in the programs. To RSVP for the FREE School Screenings or more information on the EVC Retrospective, contact Theresa Navarro at Tnavarro@EVC.org.

EVC’s Youth Documentary Workshop is a 15-week credit-bearing course that teaches high school students from across New York City to research, shoot, and edit compelling documentaries that examine community and youth-related issues.
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EVC’s Youth Documentary Workshops and Professional Development Programs are made possible with generous support from: The Bay and Paul Foundations; The Robert Bowne Foundation; The Brenner Family Foundation; The Brightwater Fund; The Gerald & Janet Carrus Foundation; HBO; Hyde and Watson Foundation; Jewish Communal Fund; National Board of Review; Open Society Foundations; The Pinkerton Foundation; W. Clement and Jessie V. Stone Foundation; Time Warner Foundation; The Wellspring Foundation; and The Milton A. & Roslyn Z. Wolf Family Foundation Teacher of Conscience Fund. EVC is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. EVC programs are also made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. In-kind support is provided by Benjamin Moore & Co, Claudia Giselle Design LLC, Gray Matters NYC, the Lawyers Alliance for New York, and the New York City Department of Education.