This month’s featured film:
A special evening of light-hearted short films on a variety of environmental topics will be presented by Sustainable Rossmoor. Clever, amusing, and funny perspectives on promoting a healthy planet can sometimes give pause . . . and lead to reflection.
A panel of judges has selected from among dozens of nominations submitted by residents as well as culled from eco-comedy film festivals to create a delightful evening while taking a fresh look at a large variety of subjects. You might wonder, what could be amusing about global warming, climate change, solar energy, wind power, plastic, water pollution, air pollution, traffic, landfill, oil spills, concern for other species, food waste, overpopulation, or extreme weather. Come to the theater and find out; see if you agree that these environmental short films provoke thought . . . and chuckles!
A Big Thank You to THE JUDGES
Jo Alice Canterbury
Tod Elkins, Digital Editor
Vince Mayweather, A/V technician
And all the Rossmoor residents who sent in nominations
The Plastic Bag Problem
An Energy-Independent Future: A Presidential Perspective, Jon Stewart
Restaurant Scene: “Water Please”
The Climate Change Debate, John Oliver
PLASTIC, an Operetta
Alternative Energy, Jimmy Tingle
The Little Green Man Learns about TV
The Matt Damon Goes on Strike
Weather Girl Goes Rogue
Solar Panels, Tom Gleeson
NEWSROOM: EPA Interview
Skip Showers for Beef
Fighting Food Waste, Ed Begley Jr.
Wind Power’s Health Hazards, Steven Colbert
5-Day Weather Forecast
Who Are the Koch Brothers?
Al Franken & David Letterman
Mercedes AA Class
To make suggestions for the club’s next collection of eco-comedy short films, contact Carol Weed at email@example.com