“Sinking Cities” and “The Oldest City Underwater” will be streamed on The Amp’s Front Porch on Tuesday, June 15.
"Sinking Cities: Miami” is one of four “Sinking Cities” episodes exploring how global cities are 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.
Atlantic Beach Mayor Ellen Glasser and other experts will be the evening’s panelists following the films.
Film screening is free and open to the public with free parking at St. Augustine Amphitheatre.
Concessions and a food truck will be available.
Distanced seating will be on a first-come, first-seated basis and masks will be required unless seated.
This summer and fall, four environmental documentaries will be shown for free on the Front Porch at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre, followed by a Q&A session with local experts. All are welcome to join and learn more about how we can work together to positively address plastic pollution, rising sea levels, food waste, and marine habitat destruction.
The St. Augustine EcoCinema is presented by Green Hands Initiative, St. Augustine Film Society, The Golden Way, and Beaches Go Green with support from Friends of the St. Augustine Amphitheatre (FOSAA) and Maritime Studios.