Screening of FRESH sponsored by Cultural Arts Coalition and hosted by Cinema Verde

2014 FRESHCultural Arts Coalition and Cinema Verde
Presents the film
FRESH
October 30, 2014 at 6pm

Wilhelmina Johnson Resource Center 321 NW 10th St. Gainesville, Florida.

Come Join us for this enlightening and informative film about healthy and local food and ways you can improve your health by eating simple and more economically.
The underground documentary that became a massive grassroots success, FRESH is the embodiment of the good food movement.

FRESH began as a grassroots effort for a grassroots movement, and it’s been tremendously exciting to see the movie spread like wildfire. FRESH is a community of over 100,000 advocates for healthier, more sustainable food, a film that’s used all over the world as a platform to raise awareness and connect people to solutions in their community. But that’s not good enough.

The film will be followed by a tasty cooking demonstration by Diedre Houchen.

Fresh vegetables will be provided by Siembre Farms.
Our guest will also enjoy some great food provided by Reggae Shack.

Admissions to the event is $10 to $12. There are a few scholarships available.
For Information call 352-372-0216

BARGAIN: BULK TICKET DISCOUNTS:

Use for yourself! Bring your class! Bring your friends! Bring your employees!

Buy 10 or more tickets: $2@discount
Buy 25 or more tickets: $3@discount

Buy them as gifts or as a discounted deal for employees, customer, members, friends!

Your business or organization could sponsor an event/film by underwriting tickets for the group of your choice,please contact Trish Riley: 352-327-3560

Wine Tasting Saturday to Open Cinema Verde Season!

Green Drinks Meets Cinema Verde will be co-hosting a variety of events and films in the next few months. As we build up to our annual festival in February, these opportunities will help to generate funds needed for venues and to bring in filmmakers. Be sure to watch our emails for event details and dates!

PLEASE JOIN US FOR A TASTING OF BRUT ROSE OR YOUR OWN FAVORITE WINE OR BEVERAGE

SATURDAY, September 27, 2014

7 P.M. – ?

TRISH RILEY’S HOME

RSVP to receive the address
WineTasting@CinemaVerde.Org

BRING A BOTTLE TO SHARE AND A GLASS

BRING A FRIEND, A DATE, OR COME SOLO

LOCAL, ORGANIC OR SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTS ARE FAVORED!

CHEESE, FRUIT, CHOCOLATE OR ANY OTHER YUMMY SNACK WILL BE APPRECIATED TOO!

We will have a grill going if you’d like to bring something to throw on the coals…

See you soon!
Best,
Trish

Previous Festival Winner, Matthew J. Evans, Receives Art of Making Peace Award

Matthew Evans at Peace in the Streets FestivalCinema Verde would like to extend a big congratulations to filmmaker Matthew Evans on receiving the PeaceMaker Corps Association’s Art of Making Peace Award! This prestigious award was given to Evans for his short film, A Quest for Peace: Nonviolence Among Religions, which features personal interviews with Arun Gandhi, a grandson to Mahatma Gandhi. He was presented the award at the Peace in the Streets Film Festival on September 11.

Evans’ film was featured at CV’s 2013 Film & Arts Festival, being named the Best High School Film winner. Below is a link to his interview with the Huffington Post.

Teenage Filmmaker Matthew J. Evans Wins Prestigious Art of Making Peace Award

Michael Moore’s Tips to Doc Filmmakers

Toronto International Film FestivalFilmmaker Michael Moore wants to help the documentary industry by offering a few pointers to those who have struggled to draw the crowds. First, he wants you to remove the word ‘documentarian’ from your vocabulary, declaring “we are filmmakers.”

According to the news website RealScreen, Moore’s speech at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival included 13 tips for documentary filmmakers on how to create “theater-oriented” films.

For Moore’s 13-point manifesto and the original article by Manori Ravindran, visit the link.

Michael Moore presents 13-point doc manifesto