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Cinema Verde 2017

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Want to see what Cinema Verde is like? Enjoy this wonderful video created by our 2014 intern Hsin-Yun Chung!

Cinema Verde meets Green Drinks Gainesville Wed. Oct. 12, 2016, 6 - 8:30 pm.  We will be screening The Best Democracy Money Can Buy at Market Street Pub, 112 SW 1st Ave, Gainesville, FL 32601 Tickets

Join us to meet upcoming congressman Ken McGurn and enjoy the music of our new neighbor Ellen Bukstel!

Join us to meet upcoming congressman Ken McGurn and enjoy the music of our new neighbor Ellen Bukstel!

Cinema Verde Meets Green Drinks

First Wednesday each month, 6-8 p.m.

Market Street Pub & Cabaret,

112 SW 1st Ave, Gainesville, FL, 32601

Happy Hour discounts on drinks and food courtesy of venue sponsor, Market Street Pub. 
Suggested donation for Green Drinks Meets Cinema Verde including film admission:  $10

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Join us at the Florida SEE Conference September 10 where

we'll present Cinema Verde award-winning film Coastal Dunes of Florida

@Historic Spanish Point, Sarasota, Florida!

Sponsors welcome to help us present this community education screening!


Film Tickets

Suggested Donation:  $10




Next film screening in Gainesville will be our Welcome Back Party September 7 (see above!)


We had a great night with film director Sarah Katz on July 6... thanks to all who turned out and to Sarah for joining us!

Moosehead's Wicked Good Plan is a documentary about Maine's 17 million acre forest threatened by development proposed by the landowner in a situation similar to a local proposal. This screening will be sponsored by St. Johns Suwanee Sierra Club and Stand By Our Plan.

National Geographic's Chief Sustainability Officer Hans Wegner endorsement forMoosehead's Wicked Good Plan, "I think this is a very nicely done piece of film on a subject that is very local, yet is in reality simply a microcosm of what is happening all over the world where decisions are made by corporate entities not based on what is good for the larger region, but purely for economic returns to the corporate coffers. Lost in that are the concerns of the locals and a consideration of the larger impact such decisions have." 

Let's watch Moosehead's Wicked Good Plan together and chat about the effects that arise from the development of forested areas and how best to deal with inevitable growth of natural areas. Click the link below to watch the trailer for the half hour film.


July 6, 6-8 pm @Market St. Pub 112 SW1st Ave.  Gainesville, FL


2016 Film Trailers

7th Annual Festival    <>    February 11-14, 2016

Hippodrome Theater   <>   Gainesville, Florida

Read about recent developments at Our Blog:  University and Main at the Downtown Gainesville website.


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Trailers from the 2015 Festival

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