Bushwick Inlet Park

Bushwick Inlet Park

Coleen Fitzgibbon, 5 Min
Sunday May 7th, 3:00 pm

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In a neighborhood starving for open space, where rezoning triggered luxury development and a population boom into an area primarily dominated by artists and working-class people, local North Brooklyn activists erupt into a vibrant but arduous campaign, taking on City Hall with the ultimate goal of getting an unfulfilled 11-year old promise; the creation of a large, public waterfront park.

*Requested documentary series by GFF (since 2016 and on-going)

Madagascar’s Scars

Madagascar’s Scars

Camille Wainer, 2015, 5 min
*Official Selection: Documentary/Animation Short
Sunday May 7th, 3:00 PM  

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Madagascar’s Scars is a poignant five minute flash animation created by Camille Wainer in collaboration with the Lemur Conservation Foundation that captures the urgent environmental and social issues that threaten the future of wildlife and humans on the island of Madagascar.

 

Once Hamoun

Once Hamoun

Mohammad Ehsani, 2016, 35 min  (Iran; English subtitles)
Documentary Short  *Official Selection
Sunday May 7th, 3:00 pm  

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Since Lake Hamoon has gone dry, numerous environmental and social problems have appeared in Sistan region. Poverty, emigration, and the extinction of traditional and local jobs have been the result of the drying of Lake Hamoon in the southeast of Iran in Sistan and Baluchistan Province on Iran Afghanistan border.

This documentary depicts the present situation of Lake Hamoon and the problems of the people around it.

 

Save Our Snowmen

Save Our Snowmen

Shawn Z, 2016, 3 min 20 sec
*Official Selection: Environmental
Sunday May 7th, 3:00PM  

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More than 4,000 species of snowmen are threatened every year by climate change. In 2016 alone, large Avalanches of snowmen have been seen migrating thousands of miles away from their yards of origin to colder climates. With safe havens like The Global Snowman Sanctuary few and far between, we need your help to provide a cold shelter from the excruciating warmth. The planet can’t wait and neither can they. Learn how you can provide a cold and helping hand by visiting: www.SaveOurSnowmen.org