Environmental Film Festival

2010 Films:

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Food Fantasies (A Selection of Children’s Films)


Dates: 3/16/10 1:30 pm, 3/17/10 1:30 pm, 3/18/10 1:30 pm, 3/22/10 10:30 am, 3/23 10:30 am

Venues: Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, Palisades Neighborhood Library, Lamond-Riggs Neighborhood Library, Anacostia Interim Library, Parklands-Turner Neighborhood Library

FIND ON MAP (Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library)

FIND ON MAP (Palisades Neighborhood Library)

FIND ON MAP (Lamond-Riggs Neighborhood Library)

FIND ON MAP (Anacostia Interim Library)

FIND ON MAP (Parklands-Turner Neighborhood Library)

Directed by: Various

Film Source:

Boingie World (Cravings, Smart Machine, & Wishful Thinking)



Shown as part of the Food & Agriculture Film Series

Food Fantasies (A Selection of Children’s Films) (25 min.)

D.C. Public Library Program



THE GOAT THAT ATE TIME (Australia, 2007, 7 min.) Henry the goat has a voracious appetite, but he doesn’t have enough time to indulge in his favorite activity – eating. He attempts to solve his dilemma in this award-winning animated short by devouring time itself, in the form of watches and clocks! Directed by Lucinda Schreiber.



WISHFUL THINKING
(USA, 2009, 5 min.) An imaginative three year old changes the theme of her traditional birthday party in this animation when she makes a wish and blows out the candles on her cake, much to the delirious delight of her seven tiny guests. Directed by Jane Sablow. Winner of the Bronze Remi Award, Houston International Film Festival.



CRAVINGS
(USA, 2009, 2 min.) The brief journey of a very determined little girl to satisfy her rather surprising desire for fresh food is chronicled in this animated short. Directed by Jane Sablow. Winner of the Gold Remi Award, Houston International Film Festival.



SMART MACHINE (USA, 2009, 4 min.) A little boy’s unusual encounter with a vending machine during a family trip is captured in this animated short film. Directed by Jane Sablow. Winner of the Bronze Remi Award, Houston International Film Festival.



CHICKEN OF THE SEA
(USA, 2009, 7 min.) The greater prairie chicken, a member of the grouse family, lives on the prairies of North America. Once, there was a lot of prairie and millions of greater prairie chickens. But there is still a little bit of prairie left, and if you go there in the spring to watch prairie chickens, you will see something wonderful, captured in this wildlife documentary. Directed and produced by Steve Furman.

Introduced by Yvette Davis, Coordinator, Community Youth Services, Washington, D.C. Public Libraries (Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library program only). Fun with filmmaker Jane Sablow follows screenings (except the Anacostia Interim Library program).

Ticket/Reservation Info:



Tuesday, March 16, 2010

1:30 pm

Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library

Children’s Division – Room 200, 901 G St., NW

(METRO: Metro Center or Gallery Place/Chinatown)

FREE

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

1:30 pm

Palisades Neighborhood Library

4901 V St., NW

FREE

Thursday, March 18, 2010

1:30 pm

Lamond-Riggs Neighborhood Library

5401 South Dakota Ave., NE

FREE

Monday, March 22, 2010

10:30 am

Anacostia Interim Library

1800 Good Hope Rd., SE

FREE

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

10:30 am

Parklands-Turner Neighborhood Library

1547 Alabama Ave., SE

FREE

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