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Films & Schedules - Monday, November 10, 2014

Mon, Nov 10, 2014
at 6 PM (Miller Gallery, Mark Building, Portland Art Museum)

LET'S TALK TRASH

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Monday, November 10, 6 p.m. Reception, 7pm Screening
Portland Art Museum's Marion L. Miller Gallery
1119 SW Park Avenue

Metro's Let's Talk Trash events are designed to engage the public in discussions about how the greater Portland region can best manage its garbage in the future. As part of its Let's Talk Trash series, Metro challenged local filmmakers to creat short films (10 minutes or less) about garbage: Where does garbage go once it leaves the curb? Where should it go? What happens to garbage? How can or could technology affect garbage? What does garbage do for us? Or...

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LET'S TALK TRASH

Mon, Nov 10, 2014
at 7 PM (Portland Art Museum's Marion L. Miller Gallery)

LET'S TALK TRASH

DIRECTOR: VARIOUS - OREGON

Metro’s Let’s Talk Trash events are designed to engage the public in discussions about how the greater Portland region can best manage its garbage in the future.

As part of its Let’s Talk Trash series, Metro challenged local filmmakers to create short films (10 minutes or less) about garbage: Where does garbage go once it leaves the curb? Where should it go? What happens to garbage? How can or could technology affect garbage? What does garbage do for us? Or what could it do?

Tonight we view a selection of the films submitted and the audience will...

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RETURN OF THE RIVER

Mon, Nov 10, 2014
at 8 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)
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RETURN OF THE RIVER

DIRECTOR: JOHN GUSSMAN AND JESSICA PLUMB - WASHINGTON (PORT TOWNSEND, WA)

(DOC) When frontiersmen came to Washington’s Olympic Peninsula to “conquer” the untamed landscape, they paid little attention to the ecological consequences on the Elwha River and even less attention to the social impact on the indigenous Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe. Dams were built and the river was re-routed, creating bustling new towns while destroying tribal lands and decimating the critical salmon population. With the river’s ecosystem on life support, it seemed unlikely that anything could remedy the situation. But a group of environmental advocates, scientists, politicians, and dedicated Klallam crusaders reversed the tide of public opinion and initiated the largest...

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