Green Film Series

The Georgetown Green Film Series was established to bring awareness to the environmental crisis through the visual arts by presenting films with an environmental focus for free to the Georgetown and neighboring communities. In addition to showing an environmental film, a panel of experts is invited to lead a proactive discussion with the audience about the topic at hand.

Spring 2021

March 3, 2021: COOKED, Survival By Zip Code


Judith Helfand, Director and Producer of COOKED
• Dr. Amanda Masino, Chair of Natural Sciences and Associate Professor of Biology, Huston–Tillotson University
• Raymond Mejia Jr., Emergency Management Specialist, City of Georgetown
• Madeline Waterhouse, Environmental Studies student, Southwestern University

Sponsors: Diversity Enrichment Committee and City of Georgetown Arts & Culture Board


April 22, 2021: 2040

Sponsor: City of Georgetown Arts & Culture Board

Fall 2020

September 10, 2020: The Story of Plastic

Anna Farrell-Sherman, Clean Water Associate, Environment Texas
Jordan Fengel, Executive Director, State of Texas Alliance for Recycling (STAR)
Paul Gonin, Georgetown-Round Rock (TX-31) Chapter Leader, Citizen’s Climate Lobby
Gena McKinley, Strategic Initiatives Division Manager, Austin Resource Recovery

Sponsor: City of Georgetown Arts & Culture Board


October 15, 2020: The Condor & the Eagle

Bryan Parras, co-founder of Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy Services (t.e.j.a.s.) and the Sierra Club of Texas Beyond Dirty Fuels campaign
Casey Camp-Horinek, Hereditary Drumkeeper of the Women’s’ Scalp Dance Society of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma and longtime activist, environmentalist, actress, and published author

Sponsors: City of Georgetown Arts & Culture Board, Texas Regional Alliance for Campus Sustainability, Southwestern University Environmental Studies Department


November 19, 2020: The Game Changers


• Britty Hamby, CEO of Planted Society and co-founder of ATX Vegans
• Daniel Austin, powerlifter and author of “The Way of The Vegan Meathead: Eating for Strength”
• Dr. Elizabeth Guillory Medina ’97, SU alumn and health & wellness advocate 
• Reece Sandercock, Guard/Forward on SU’s Women’s Basketball Team and SU EcoRep

Sponsor: City of Georgetown Arts & Culture Board

Spring 2020 

February 27, 2020: The River and the Wall

• Hillary Pierce, Producer
• Jay Kleberg, Producer & Character
• Austin Alvarado, Character

Sponsor: Southwestern University Environmental Studies Department


April 22, 2020: Racing Extinction

Sponsor: City of Georgetown Arts & Culture Board

Fall 2019 

September 18, 2019: The True Cost

Cory Skuldt, Business Management Consultant, FWD Impact
Sharmon Lebby, Founder, Blessed Designs
Jen Lewis, Founder and Executive Director, Purse & Clutch
Ashley Gill, Senior Manager of Industry Integrity, Textile Exchange

Sponsor: City of Georgetown Arts & Culture Board


November 20, 2019: Wasted! The Story of Food Waste

Lydia Oxley, Outreach Manager, Imperfect Foods
Angie Seto, Founder, Angie’s Discount Grocery
Lisa Barden, Executive Director, Keep Austin Fed
Robert Oliver, Founder and CEO, GrubTubs
Teresa Chapman, Environmental Conservation Program Coordinator, City of Georgetown

Sponsor: City of Georgetown Arts & Culture Board