Jan 28 2012
EcoSalon Film Series – January 29th 2012 3pm
 

 

EcoSalon Film Series

January 29th 2012 3pm

@ the Microsoft Store in the WestField Century City Mall. Open to the public

Sacred_Inside_Left

Film: A Sacred Duty

 

            Award-winning documentary filmmaker Lionel Friedberg, in collaboration with Professor Richard Schwartz, Professor of Mathematics encourage viewers to consider how they can play their part in helping to heal the planet and improve their lives.

             The movie shows the Israeli university-based environmental group Green Course discussing responses to environmental threats and discusses the “greening” of two American synagogues, so viewers are shown some uplifting solutions.

Q&A and discussion with Mr Friedberg will follow the screening.

Info on the filmmakers:

             Highly acclaimed, multi-award-winning documentarian, Lionel Friedberg. His background in cinematography includes 18 feature film credits as Director of Photography. He has worked all over the world on both dramatic and non-fiction productions. For the past 30 years, he has supervised, produced, written and directed documentaries, reality, investigative report and educational programs, and has garnered many rewards, which include: A Primetime Emmy, a National Emmy, the American Association for the Advancement of Science ‘Westinghouse’ Award for Science Programming, three Columbus and three Golden Eagles for Best Documentaries, and various awards as a dramatic and episodic TV director.

          Perks: NO CHARGE, Free Parking for 3 Hours, Gift bag from Microsoft and Organic Hors d’oeuvres and beverages courtesy of Serenity Foods www.serenityspaces.org and Veggie Grill Veggiegrill.com.

Sponsors:
Serenity Foods
Veggie Grill

Follow Your Heart
Westfield Century City’s Microsoft Store
SlickWear
Microsoft Store

 

EcoSalon Film Series

January 29th 2012 3pm

@ the Microsoft Store in the WestField Century City Mall. Open to the public

Sacred_Inside_Left

Film: A Sacred Duty

 

            Award-winning documentary filmmaker Lionel Friedberg, in collaboration with Professor Richard Schwartz, Professor of Mathematics encourage viewers to consider how they can play their part in helping to heal the planet and improve their lives.

             The movie shows the Israeli university-based environmental group Green Course discussing responses to environmental threats and discusses the “greening” of two American synagogues, so viewers are shown some uplifting solutions.

Q&A and discussion with Mr Friedberg will follow the screening.

Info on the filmmakers:

             Highly acclaimed, multi-award-winning documentarian, Lionel Friedberg. His background in cinematography includes 18 feature film credits as Director of Photography. He has worked all over the world on both dramatic and non-fiction productions. For the past 30 years, he has supervised, produced, written and directed documentaries, reality, investigative report and educational programs, and has garnered many rewards, which include: A Primetime Emmy, a National Emmy, the American Association for the Advancement of Science ‘Westinghouse’ Award for Science Programming, three Columbus and three Golden Eagles for Best Documentaries, and various awards as a dramatic and episodic TV director.

          Perks: NO CHARGE, Free Parking for 3 Hours, Gift bag from Microsoft and Organic Hors d’oeuvres and beverages courtesy of Serenity Foods www.serenityspaces.org and Veggie Grill Veggiegrill.com.

Sponsors:
Serenity Foods
Veggie Grill

Follow Your Heart
Westfield Century City’s Microsoft Store
SlickWear
Microsoft Store

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