sustainatopia film festival

Sustainatopia and the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival

posted by Veronique Koch on 09 April 2013

Sustainatopia is coming, called the “Art Basel of Sustainability“, a week long event filled with panel discussions, a film festival and an extended Earth Day.

As part of Sustainatopia, to be held April 16-22 2013 this year, there will be a special screening of Fish Meat during their film festival known as the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival at the Miami Beach Cinematheque on South Beach on Sunday, April 20th at 1pm

Sustainatopia is all about taking the green movement to the next level. From the Sustainatopia website:

 

“It’s no longer just about the Earth.

It’s no longer just about a Day.

The time has arrived for the world to come together in equilibrium for all 365 days a year.”

-John Rosser- Founder

 

The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival will be held April 16-20th in locations around Miami including an awards ceremony and panel discussion at the Miami Beach Botanical Gardens; film shorts and an expert Q&A at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (RSMAS); and finally the film festival at the Miami Beach Cinematheque. The full schedule of events can be found here.

Wildlife Conservation Film Festival

Fish Meat poster for film festivalFish Meat will be screening along great films like Cotton Tops and The Last Elephants in Thailand during program 1 of the festival. Tickets can be purchased here.

The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival partners include Conservation International, International Fund for Animal Welfare, and Nature.

Sutainatopia is funded by the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority, BSD Consulting, Car2Go, Tides, Social Venture Network, Vyykn, Yogiiza, Ideas for Us, The Caplow Children’s Prize, The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, Budge, Ennovent, Service for Peace, Stanford Social Innovation Review, Univision.com, Poder 360, Investor’s Circle, Veev, Discovery Digital Media, iOnPoverty, the Society of Environmental Journalists and El Nacional.

 

 

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