Eco-Film Festival at IMAX at Indiana State Museum

JD Schuyler, Filmmaker and Aster Bekele from the Felege Hiywot Center stop by Indy Style to speak with cohost Andi Hauser about  three Indiana-made documentaries address ecological challenges and sustainability successes, as part of the Going Green Festival at the Indiana State Museum.

The IMAX is located in White River State Park, downtown Indianapolis.

Friday, March 14, 7 p.m., $9.50

Down to Earth: a Ball State University student-made film about a local

farmer and his family, their challenges and successes.

FarmCity: An Indy Food Story: by Indianapolis filmmaker J.D. Schuyler,

explores numerous initiatives and activists in the urban food community.

Everglades of the North: The Story of the Grand Kankakee Marsh: the

harrowing true story of the draining of one million acres of marshland in

northwest Indiana, and the “straightening” of the Kankakee River.

Opportunities to meet the filmmakers and subjects of these films will

permeate the evening.

In addition, organizers are bringing in artwork by Indianapolis artist Kelley

Jordan Heneveld from her “Farm Stories” series.

 

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