First Environmental Film Festival Comes to Amsterdam


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June 5 & 6 at The Ketelhuis Cinema in Amsterdam you can get your fill of environmental flicks, interviews with directors and even a few world premieres, as the first environmental film festival comes to Amsterdam this spring. Besides getting an eco-education, your money also supports a really cool local project. Keeping reading to find out more.Strawberry Earth is hosting the festival and Greenchoice is powering the entire show with green power. The french film HOME will be world premiering here (...and Paris), and you can also find The Age of Stupid, among the list of titles. From the looks of the lineup, its going to be a great festival - many of the green movies we have blogged about over the last year or two will be there, not to mention newer films and meet&greet;'s with a few of the directors and other activities.

All funds raised by the festival will go to green the Ketelhuis Cinema. Then, the cinema plans to take all of the money they make from energy savings and donate them to Greenpeace - for the next 10 years. The Ketelhuis Cinema is located at Het Ketelhuis-Westergasfabriek-4 Pazzanistraat-Amsterdam-The Netherlands. To see the complete schedule, check out Strawberry Earth.

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