The St. Augustine Amphitheater’s Green Hands Initiative in partnership with the St. Augustine Film Society, The Golden Way, and Beaches Go Green proudly presents ECO Cinema, a 4 part environmental film series.
The St. Augustine Amphitheatre’s Green Hands Initiative, in partnership with the St. Augustine Film Society, The Golden Way, and Beaches Go Green proudly present the St. Augustine EcoCinema: A Four-Part Environmental Film Series featuring screenings of environmental documentaries.
April 7, June 16, August 4, and October 6 of 2020, the community is invited to view four documentaries addressing the environmental topics of plastic pollution, rising sea levels, food waste, and marine habitat destruction. The documentaries will be shown on the Front Porch at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre followed by a question and answer session with local experts and organizations to share information on ways to positively address these four areas of environmental concern. Parking is free and all four screening events are free and open to the public due to generous sponsorships made by the Friends of the St. Augustine Amphitheatre (FOSAA) and Maritime Creative. Seating on the Front Porch is on a first-come, first-seated basis.
On Tuesday, June 16, Part Two of the St. Augustine EcoCinema will feature two documentaries addressing rising sea levels, “Sinking Cities: Miami” and “The Oldest City Underwater.” “Sinking Cities: Miami” is one of four “Sinking Cities” episodes exploring how this global city is coming to grips with the real-time effects of rising seas and extreme weather. “The Oldest City Underwater” addresses rising water levels within St. Augustine.
2020/06/16 - 2020/06/16
Additional time info:
Gates open at 6:00 PM.
Speakers and film at 7:00 PM followed by Q & A