Sunday, April 12 at 1:30pm | $8
By attending mushroom forays and fungus festivals, talking to scores of individuals from mycologists to artists, businessmen to locovore chefs, Fungiphilia Rising paints a vivid image of the secret life of mushrooms and its admirers.
Director: Madison McClintock | 2014 | US | 13 mins.
SILENCING THE THUNDER
In winter, Yellowstone Park’s wild bison migrate to lower elevations and exit the Park, placing them in danger of being killed and at the center of conflicts between government wildlife managers, ranchers, and bison advocates.
Director: Eddie Roqueta | 2014 | US | 27 mins.
A portrait of Sandor Ellix Katz, a self-described “fermentation fetishist” and author of New York Times best seller The Art of Fermentation, whose revival of ancient culinary practices has transformed his relationship with life and death.
Directors: Ann Husaini, Emily Lobsenz | 2014 | US | 12 mins.
Gaia (Mother Earth) is struggling for survival in an increasingly degraded and urbanized planet. Through the language of dance, Gaia tells a story relevant to everyone that inhabits the earth.
Director: Nick Graalman | 2014 | US | 15 mins.
An animated film that reflects on the story of traditional indigenous trading routes while questioning the value and impact of today's ever-expanding network of oil and gas pipelines in British Columbia.
Director: Woonam Kim | 2014 | US | 5 mins.
A short film highlighting the work of tonight’s featured nonprofit, Our Children's Trust, which empowers and supports youth-driven legal actions holding government accountable to protecting the environment.
Produced by Our Children’s Trust | 2014 | US | 5 mins.
Join us for a post-film conversation with youth activists and organization leaders from Our Children’s Trust, an Oregon-based nonprofit organization whose purpose is to empower and support youth as they stand legally up for their lawful inheritance: a healthy planet. www.ourchildrenstrust.org
Sponsored by: PAE Engineers