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.
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
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
February 19, 2020: Before the Flood
April 22, 2020: Racing Extinction
The screenings will take place in F.W. Olin Building at Southwestern University with a reception at 6:30 pm, the screening at 7 pm, and the panel discussion at 8:30 pm.
These events were made possible through a City of Georgetown Arts & Culture Board grant.