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Greenwich International Film Festival: The Map to Paradise

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May 31, 2019: 7:00PM to 9:00PM
Cole Auditorium at Greenwich Library, 101 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, CT 06830 map
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Q&A with The Nature Conservancy’s Melissa Garvey, Director of Strategic Initiatives for Global Oceans, Nathan M. Frohling Director, Connecticut Coastal and Marine Initiatives, Michael Sutton, Exec. Director of Goldman Environmental Prize. Ira Flatow, Host of ‘Science Friday’ (WSHU) to moderate.

An adventure-filled and spectacularly gorgeous tale about the birth of the global movement to protect the sea. From underwater worlds of ice to glistening coral sanctuaries, discover what it takes to build a movement and to create positive change. Mixing colorful character-driven stories and hand-rendered animations, this film is a rare urgent environmental wake-up call that retains a sense of awe and wonder for the kind of beauty that is still possible.

RSVP to Laura by 5/30. Dinner before the film is an option, details will be sent to attending members.

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General Admission – $15

Student/Teacher/Senior/Military – $12

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