How to Let Go of the World

Showings

Castro Theatre Thu, Apr 14, 2016 7:30 PM
Film Info
Director:Josh Fox
Year of Production:2016
Premiere Status:San Francisco Premiere
Topic:Big Nights
Climate Change
Environmental Health
Energy
Oceans
Country:USA
Running Time:125 min

Description

7:30pm :: Opening Night Premiere

Oscar Nominated director Josh Fox (Gasland) continues in his deeply personal style, investigating climate change. Fox’s fight to protect his home from oil and gas companies, now leads him to the banks of the Amazon; to the island nations of Vanuatu and Samoa; and the choking air of China. At each stop asking: what is it that climate change can’t destroy? What values and creativity are so deep within us that no storm can take them away?

This is both a sobering reflection on the state of climate change and the perfect remedy for those with climate change fatigue: celebrating the creativity and resilience of our movement.

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DISCUSSION WITH: Josh Fox, director (via Skype); and in person Deia Schlosberg, producer; Leila Salazar-Lopez, Amazon Watch


6:00pm :: Opening Night Reception

Join us before the screening on the Castro Mezzanine to meet Festival filmmakers and special guests while enjoying local food & beverages.
Separate ticket required. 21+


Opening Night Grand Sponsor:

Kaiser Permanente

Hospitality Sponsors:

Blue Heron Catering

Alter Eco | Anderson Valley Brewing Co. | Bi-Rite Catering | Cardella Winery | Frey Vineyards | Thirsty Bear

Community Partners:

350 SF | Amazon Watch | California Film Institute | Jewish Film Institute | Sunflower Alliance | Women's Environmental Network

Additional Information

Josh Fox is best known as the writer/director of Gasland and Gasland Part II. Gasland was nominated for the 2011 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, and won the 2011 Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for Nonfiction Programming and the 2010 Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Prize (Documentary). Fox is the recipient of the 2010 LennonOno Grant for Peace and has toured to over 350 cities worldwide in support of the global anti-fracking movement..

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