2nd Annual Environmental Film Festival

2nd Annual Environmental Film Festival 
Developing an Earth Ethic 
Thursday, April 26th 
Egyptian Theatre
Free & Open to the Public 


3:00p Doors Open

4:00p Our Planet Earth (1991, 23 minutes)our planet earth

  • This film is a love poem to our home by those who have seen it from space. This spectacular film will increase awareness of international and environmental interdependence for all of Earth’s inhabitants.

lorax4:30p The Lorax (1972, 28 minutes)

  • The Lorax is an animated musical television special produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises and first aired on CBS on February 14, 1972 based on the book of the same name by Dr. Seuss.

Dinner Break

Lobby to remain open for patrons to visit information tables
Film extras will be showin in the theatre during the break

Golden Thai Jasmine will give 10% total bill discounts (includes drinks)
Must present program brochure 

Silent Auction

4 NIU Home Football Game Tickets
You choose the game
Excludes Homecoming & Soldier Field

Gift Basket
Cracker Jax 

Jewelry & Note Cards

Botanicals Gift Basket
Mary Kay (Jillian Wise)

Two $20 Gift Cards
North Central Cyclery

Large Bamboo Round Bowl
Pampered Chef (Sandi Splansky)

Twelve Months of Fruits, 1732
Set of 2 very high quality vintage
framed botanical (seasonal fruit)
prints by Robert Furber
ESE Director, Reed Scherer 

butterflies and bulldozers

6:00p Butterflies and Bulldozers (2010, 62 minutes)

  • For fifty years, people have fought to protect San Bruno Mountain and its rare butterflies. This film is a story about the rights of nature and the rights of people, about compromise and commitment, and the tough choices we all have to make.

7:15p Meet the Artist, Siew Lian Limlim

  • Since coming to the West, I have been searching for a medium for beings to have a heart-to-heart connection with the spirituality of the East to find peace and harmony. In art I have found this connection, art that expresses spirituality in human terms - “Humanistic Spirituality.”

division street7:30p Division Street (2009, 63 minutes)

  • From pristine roadless areas to concrete jungles, follow filmmaker Eric Bendick as he tours North America, dodging Yellowstone’s grizzlies and Miami’s taxicabs, and highlighting sustainable road projects and wildlife corridors for the 21st century.

green fire

9:00p Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time (2010, 74 minutes)

  • This film highlights environmentalist Aldo Leopold’s extraordinary career, tracing how he shaped and influenced the modern environmental movement. Leopold remains relevant today, inspiring projects all over the country that connect people and land.