Five provocative films dealing with overpopulation, ocean health, habitat destruction, alternative energy and what we can do to stop/promote those things are promised at the third annual Human Rights Film Festival the Orange County chapter of the United Nations Association-USA presents at Chapman University in Orange Sunday. Titled "Environmental Sustainability: A Contract with Mother Earth," the fest is set to roll in the Folino Theatre of Dodge College of Film & Media Arts, a co-sponsor.
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The scheduled run time is noon to 6 p.m. Sunday for the films titled: Mother--Caring for Seven Billion; Kilowatt Ours; Shadows in the Forest; The Mono Lake Story; and Ocean Expedition: Boat to Belly.
Here is the event flier:
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Reservations can be made through PayPal at www.una-oc.org or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 714.538.5689 or you can pay at the door. Tickets are $10 for seniors and students, $15 for everyone else.