Join us for an evening of Southern Exposure Film Fellowship films on the campus of the University of North Alabama on Thursday, January 31 from 5 – 7:30 pm. FREE EVENT and open to the public!
These short documentaries were created in the summer of 2018 throughout Alabama and raise awareness and appreciation for Alabama’s incredible natural resources and critical environmental issues.
5 – 6 pm – food, live music and speaker Stephen Stetson, Sierra Club’s senior campaign representative, Beyond Coal campaign
6 – 7:30 pm Films and discussion
Southern Exposure 2018 Films:
• ASHES TO ASHES by Kaitlin McMurry
• IF THEY BUILD IT, WHAT WILL COME? by David Diaz
• THE ACCIDENTAL ENVIRONMENTALIST by Ellen Esling
• WHO’S YOUR FARMER? by Jess Lingle
• WATER: PLAN FOR IT by Amelia Tyson
Produced and directed throughout Alabama by emerging filmmakers from across the country, these short documentary films tell authentic, engaging stories about Alabama’s environment and the people who cherish it, from the mountains to the coast.
Alabama Rivers Alliance, Shoals Environmental Alliance, Shoals Earth Month, Inc., Holy Hikes Tennessee Valley, Sierra Club Shoals Group, UNA Department of Physics and Earth Science and UNA Center for Sustainability
For more information about the Southern Exposure Film Fellowship or to view the films from previous years, visit: www.southernexposurefilms.org