OCEANS & WATER - Chaparral Auditorium
12:30pm MacGillivray Freeman Films will screen current film footage shot by their filmmakers
traveling around the world for their One World One Ocean campaign-a 10-year multiplatform media
campaign aimed at changing the way people see and value the ocean. MacGillivray Freeman Films
is known for their majestic IMAX films such as Everest and two Academy Award-nominated films, The Living Sea and Dolphins. www.macfreefilms.com www.oneworldoneocean.com
U.C.S.B Carsey Wolf Center - Blue Horizons Program will be screening
the following two films.
NO OTTER ZONE tries to look at both sides of the issue whether Otters should be allowed to populate the
local waters around the Channel Islands where abalone and sea urchins have thrived since otters were removed.
EVICTION DAY is a film that focuses on the environmental issue surrounding the habitation by homeless
in the mouth of the Ventura River.
ONE BEACH is a film produced in association with the Surfrider Foundation and sponsored by
The film focuses on beach pollution and also shows how people are trying to tackle
the problem including artists who are using items found along the beaches
for art projects and jewelry.
Paul Jenkin of The Surfrider Foundation and Ben Pitterle of Santa Barbara Channelkeeper
will head up the panel discussion related to ocean and watershed environmental issues.
OUR ENVIRONMENT... OUR LIVES - Chaparral Auditorium
12:30pm CHASING ICE Screening and Panel
Hosted by Ojai Valley Land Conservancy
This film received a standing ovation at this year's Sundance Film Festival
for its extraordinary documentation of a scientist's efforts to film the changing
dynamics of the world's ice flows using time-lapse cameras.
OPEN SPACES short film narrated by Mary Steenburgen
FOOD & SUSTAINABILITY - Chaparral Auditorium
2:30pm EATING ALABAMA Screening and Panel
Hosted by Ojai Valley Green Coalition
Eating Alabama documents the challenge a married couple faced trying to eat only foods grown / raised in their farming state of Alabama. Filmmaker Andrew Grace and his wife who were the subjects of the film will participate on the panel.
OUR ENVIRONMENT... OUR LIVES - Matilija Auditorium
7:00pm Patagonia Presents their NEW film GROUNDSWELL – Matilija Auditorium
What will happen to the unspoiled coastline in British Columbia if the Northern Gateway tar sands oil pipeline is built? More than you might think. Set sail with Raincoast Conservation Foundation, Patagonia and Woodshed Films for an exploratory surf trip along British Columbia’s unspoiled west coast. While searching for waves, the crew documents what would be threatened if the Northern Gateway tar sands oil pipeline is built."