Screenings

Green Festival, San Francisco November 12, 2011

Dirty Business will be screening as part of the Green Festival’s Film Series. Join Executive Producer Christa Scharfenberg, and Sierra Club campaigners for a Q&A afterwards to learn more about the issue and how you can get involved. More info to come.

About the Festival: There will be live music, debut films, interactive dance, poetry slams, new green business contest, interactive kids’ playhouse, green gorillas and the best vegan and vegetarian contest which will make for weekend you don’t want to miss.

When: Nov12-13th
Where: San Francisco Concourse
635 8th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

http://www.greenfestivals.org/future-tickets

Southeast Students for Renewable Energy Conference, NC November 04, 2011

Dirty Business will be screening at the Southeast Student Renewable Energy Conference. Join members of Working Films and The Southern Energy Network for a Q&A afterwards to talk more about the issues represented and how films can be used to build and support movements. More info to come.

About the Conference: Through an assortment of workshops, trainings, and speakers, youth from across the region will engage in a participatory process of skill-building and strategizing for a more equitable, prosperous, and sustainable planet.

When: November 4th-6th
Where: UNC Asheville Campus, NC

http://climateaction.net/ssrec

Green Festival, LA October 29, 2011

Dirty Business will be screening as part of the Green Festival’s Film Series. Join The Center for Investigative Reporting and Sierra Club campaigners for a Q&A afterwards to learn more about the issue and how you can get involved. More info to come.

About the Festival: From eco-fashion trends to hydroponic garden equipment to slow food organic cooking demonstrations, Green Festival has the latest and greatest in all aspects of sustainable living and business.

When: October 29th-30th
Where: Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 S Figueroa St
Los Angeles, CA 90015

http://www.greenfestivals.org/future-tickets

Green Festival, NY October 01, 2011

Dirty Business will be screening as part of the Green Festival’s Film Series. Join the film’s Director, Peter Bull, and Sierra Club campaigners for a Q&A afterwards to learn more about the issue and how you can get involved. More info to come.

About the Festival: At Green Festival, New Yorkers will find the largest marketplace made up of over 300 screened, fair trade, social and environmentally responsible exhibitors.

When: October 1st-2nd
Where: Javits Building
655 West 34th Street
New York, NY 10001

http://www.greenfestivals.org/future-tickets

Dave Matthews Band Caravan, WA September 02, 2011

Reverb is teaming up with Dave Matthews Band to make sure every Caravan stop is as environmentally friendly as possible. Catch the 15 minute excerpt of Dirty Business “What is Clean Coal?” at the Cinema Tent inside the Eco-Village.

When: September 2nd-4th
Where: The George
George, WA

http://www.dmbcaravan.com/

Dave Matthews Band Caravan, NY August 26, 2011

Reverb is teaming up with Dave Matthews Band to make sure every Caravan stop is as environmentally friendly as possible. Catch the 15 minute excerpt of Dirty Business “What is Clean Coal?” at the Eco-village as part of the Dave Matthews Band Caravan tour.

When: August 26th-28th
Where: Governor’s Island
New York, NY

http://www.dmbcaravan.com/

Solar Powered Film Series, NYC August 26, 2011

Catch a screening of Dirty Business at Solar One’s annual Solar Powered Film Series. Be sure to stick around after the screening for a Q&A on the issues in the film as well as the solutions needed to address them. Free and open to the public.

where: Stuyvesant Cove Park — 23rd St & the FDR
New York, NY
When: August 26thm 7-11pm

http://solar1.org/events/film/

2011 Reel Earth Film Festival May 12, 2011

www.reelearth.org.nz
Offical Festival Selection, nominee for Best Science Communication Award.

Naro Cinema, Norfolk, Va. April 20, 2011

Wed, April 20 at 7:15 p.m.
Naro Cinema
1507 Colley Ave. in Norfolk, Va
757-625-6275
http://www.narocinema.com

Presented by Wise Energy Coalition

Speakers:
Mike McCoy, Appalachian Voices
Eileen Levandoski, Sierra Club
Joe Bouchard, former Virginia state delegate

Reception: 6 p.m. at Green Onion on Colley Ave.

2011 Council on Foundations Film & Video Festival April 10, 2011

Dirty Business has been accepted to the Council on Foundations Film & Video Festival, which will take place April 10-12, 2011, in Philadelphia, Pa. For more information, visithttp://fundfilm.org.