Walk to School

Walk To School Day.jpg

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The Anthropologist
Roxie Theater Tue, Apr 19, 2016 6:30 PM

The parallel stories of Margaret Mead and Susie Crate reveal the importance of Anthropology in studying the impacts of climate change.

Film Info
Director:Mitchell Rusitzky
Year of Production:2015
Topic:Changing Cities
Bay Area
Climate Change
Running Time:3 min.


Join a San Francisco middle school student on his walk to school.

Winner - 1st Prize (K-8) - of the Green Film Fest 2015 Climate Action Film Contest.

DISCUSSION WITH: Mitchell Rusitzky, director.

Climate Action Film Contest Sponsors:

Arup              Autodesk        

     Google             Wells Fargo

 Business Council on Climate Change            SF Department of the Environment

Additional Information

Mitchell Rustitzky is a student filmmaker from San Francisco. He is currenly an 8th Grader at The San Francisco School. The Earth Day Rap featured in the film is performed by 3rd Graders also from the school. He was inspired to create this film to document how easy and fun it is to walk to school and at the same time take cars off the road. Mitchell plans to make more films to help inspire people to work to improve our environment.