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Film Night at Flor y Canto: March 2003-September 2005 (Part 1 of 2) (tags)
To mark the five-year anniversary of the Eagle Rock Peace Vigil, here is a list of films shown at Flor y Canto over a two-and-a-half year period. These almost-weekly screenings were an outgrowth of the Eagle Rock Vigil. (A link to the rest of this list can be found below in "comments.")
Stream Restoration Film 3/18 (tags)
One year ago Northeast Trees sponsored a series of art and education events about the buried streams of the Arroyo Seco watershed and their potential for restoration. Local filmmaker David Gottlieb documented the series, providing a window into the history of the neighborhoods, as well as outlining some solutions. It will be screened tonight 3/18 at Flor y Canto
This Is What Free Trade Looks Like (tags)
On March 4, Flor y Canto brings you "This is What Free trade Looks Like" a new film by the Activist Media Project Los Angeles. It takes a Global South perspective on Free Trade in order to contextualize the increasingly fierce resistance movements emerging around the world today.
Arlington West at Flor y Canto (tags)
Sally and Peter Dudar will be special guests at Flor y Canto this Friday evening at a screening of their new film Arlington West
October Surprise: Creative Interventions and Underground Politics in NE LA (tags)
October Surprise: Creative Interventions and Underground Politics in Northeast Los Angeles, October 8-11 2004
Take Back Democracy Film Festival (tags)
Northeast Neighbors for Peace & Justice presents The Take Back Democracy Film Festival: Five Fridays in October at Flor y Canto
Transesterification Can Be Fun: Biodiesel in LA (tags)
What fuel is clean-burning, renewable, grown in the US, and brewed in back yards across the country? What fuel makes the murder of Iraqi children, the destruction of the arctic wilderness, and global warming obsolete? It’s called biodiesel and it’s arrived in Los Angeles.