Now that the madness of the holidays is behind us we hope to grab your attention for an important festival, The Princeton Public Libraries Environmental Film Festival. This is the 5th year of the festival which runs from January 13th – 24th and hosts an interesting array of films and speakers. Each film has been carefully selected to give viewers a broad look at the state of our environment.
Featured films include:”Oceans,” “Houston, We Have a Problem,” ”Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home,” “Oceans,””Bag it,””I Bought a Rainforest” and “Gasland.” Featured speakers include: Chelsea Sexton, “Who Killed the Electric Car” and “Revenge of the Electric Car,” Josh Fox, director of “Gasland”, and Fabien Cousteau, the grandson of Jacques Cousteau. For the complete list of films and speakers please go to http://www.princetonlibrary.org/connections/index.html.
Don’t miss this incredible festival! The alarm bells are sounding around our planet and it is festivals such as this that can help us come together and see how we can help!
Sig & Syl
P.S. Stay tuned for our “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” of 2011 real estate stats!