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Stanford Repertory Theater & Planet Earth Arts Festival — Environmental Film Series

Code:
EVT 603
Day:
Mondays
Date(s):
Jul 15—Aug 12
Time:
7:00 pm
Location:
Cubberley Auditorium, School of Education
Cost:
FREE
Additional Info:
A detailed schedule of films and dates will be available soon. Films are subject to change.
Status: No Registration Required
FESTIVAL: THE ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

To celebrate its 21st season, Stanford Repertory Theater (SRT) is proud to partner with Planet Earth Arts and the National Center for New Plays in presenting a festival dedicated to the environment and social justice. The Festival features three original works: Voices of the Earth, and two powerful new plays. In Polar Bears, Black Boys, and Prairie-Fringed Orchids, well-meaning environmentalists are confronted by the tragic realities of Black Lives Matter. Anna Considers Mars tells the poignant story of a young woman who dreams of being chosen for a one-way journey to Mars. The Festival also includes the first Planet Earth Arts Environmental Film Series with panel discussions featuring filmmakers, Stanford faculty, and special guests who appeared in the films.

Environmental Film Series

Now in its fifth year at Stanford, Planet Earth Arts is a campus-wide interdisciplinary program involving students and faculty in creative collaborations among the arts, humanities, and sciences to explore the most urgent environmental and social justice issues of our time. Planet Earth Arts collaborates with renowned photographers, composers and musicians, theater and performance artists, dancers and choreographers, writers, and visual artists and bring them to Stanford as guest artists. This year, the first Planet Earth Arts Environmental Film Series features powerful documentaries about the devastating California wildfires, the indigenous community in Mexico whose members are the guardians of imperiled monarch butterflies, the first solo-powered flight around the world, and a special evening featuring the films of one of the pioneers of environmental filmmaking, David Vassar.

Featured films include:

Journey into the Heart of Nature: An Evening of Films with David Vassar and Sally Kaplan (2019)

The Guardians
Directors: Tessa Moran and Ben Crosbie (2018)

Breaking the Spell: Awakening to the Dream of the Earth
Directors: Michael Fried and Neal Rogin (2018)

Point of No Return
Directors: Noel Dockstader and Quinn Kanaly (2017)

Wilder Than Wild: Fire, Forests, and the Future
Directors: Kevin White and Stephen Most (2018)
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