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8th Annual Cinema Verde Environmental Film Festival Feb. 9-12

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Contact: Trish Riley
Email: trish@cinemaverde.org
Cell phone: 352.327.3560
EIGHTH ANNUAL CINEMA VERDE INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL FILM AND ARTS FESTIVAL FEBRUARY 9 – 12, 2017
Cinema Verde International Environmental Film and Arts Festival will be held February 9-12 at the historic Hippodrome in downtown Gainesville, Florida. The eighth annual festival will feature 45 films from all over the world […]

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Join us for Cinema Verde Meets Green Drinks Gainesville!
We will meet Tuesday, November 1st, at 6 PM for a
double feature movie and potluck dinner!
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Save the dates – February 11- 14, 2016
7th Annual Cinema Verde International
Environmental Film and Arts Festival
will be held at
The Hippodrome State Theater, Gainesville, FL
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The first Wednesday of the new year,
Cinema Verde Meets […]

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“Clean Hands” premiered Oct. 29 at 7:30 p.m. at […]

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Visiting Filmmakers Series:                   MOVING MOUNTAINS
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Sunday, April 12 at 6:30pm at Tropic Cinema in Key West

Champagne reception 6:30pm
Screening 7:00pm

http://www.tropiccinema.com/ 416 Eaton St., Key West, FL 33040

Moving Mountains is the true story of one woman’s heroic struggle to save her community. She must overcome the might of a […]

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