Part of the Green Machine Expo is the second annual Green Screen Environmental Film Festival, being held on the same weekend at the Naro Cinema on Colley Avenue in Norfolk’s Ghent section. Films this year are all Virginia premieres and will cover such topics as alternative fuel sources, climate change, increasing energy costs, expanding global consciousness, and the life of a legendary environmentalist. The Green Screen Film Festival runs from September 24th through the 27th.
What The Bleep Do We Know!? - Consciousness and quantum mechanics in a drama interwoven with conversations with top scientists and mystics.
Go Further - Woody Harrelson and his bio-diesel bus motor down the Pacific Coast Highway spreading a message of environmental hope and transformation.
We Are All Smith Islanders - Short documentary about climate change and the rising waters of the Chesapeake Bay effecting the lives of island fishermen. Free admission on Sat, Sept 25 at 3;15 with panel discussion to follow led by Alan Savitzky Ph.D., director of ODU Ecological Studies Graduate Program.
Monumental: David Brower’s Fight to Protect Wild America - The founding father of the modern environmental movement.
The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of the American Dream - A brief history of the age of oil and a coming economic and social upheaval. The Sunday, Sept 26 screening at 3:45 will be followed by a panel discussion led by environmental writer and consultant “Skip” Stiles.