Earth Focus Environmental Film Festival Debuts as LA's First Environmental Film Festival at Hollywood's Iconic Egyptian Theatre | KCET
Earth Focus Environmental Film Festival Debuts as LA's First Environmental Film Festival at Hollywood's Iconic Egyptian Theatre
It was a day of film and interaction, with booths set up from various environmental groups across California. Guests attending the festival were treated to food and beverages provided by Hansen's, Peet's Cold Brew, and this bar saves lives, a company partnered with several non-profits that send food to starving children for every bar purchased. Each film was followed by a celebrity-hosted Q&A with the filmmakers.
Screenings included "Water & Power: A California Heist", "Rise, Sacred Water", "Tomorrow" and "The Age of Consequences".
Celebrity guests included Ed Begley Jr., Marina Zenovich, Jay Famiglietti, Partrick Fabian, Sarain Fox, Raphael Sbarge, Sharon Lawrence, Jared P. Scott and more.
A Q&A will follow the screening with director/producer James Keach, producer Eric Carlson, Augie Nieto and Lynne Nieto.
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It’s easy to “revitalize” and create utopian images of humans and nature living in harmony. But let’s get real. This is our opportunity to build a great future for the L.A. River together.
KCET caught up with Spanish actress Amaia Salamanca, who plays Alicia Alarcón, to talk about all things "Grand Hotel."
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