Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival 2020


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Your purchase of a ticket to Program 8 includes 3 films/extra plus a FREE on-demand ticket to the "Panel Discussion on Environmental Justice" Director Alexander Glustrom (Mossville: When Great Trees Fall) joins moderator and local filmmaker Tigre Hill (The Shame of a City), panelists Ebony Griffin, J.D. (The Public Interest Law Center) and James Crowder (PolicyLink).

A young couple from East Detroit work hard to bring diversity to the field of beekeeping and create opportunities for young Detroit residents, rebuilding their inner-city community one hive at a time. Winner of the PhilaEnviroFilmFest 2020 BEST SHORT AWARD, under 6 minutes.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    5 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
  • Premiere
    February 3, 2019
  • Note
    Director Biography - Palmer Morse, Rachel Weinberg: Palmer Morse Palmer is an award-winning filmmaker rooted in activism focusing on using the devices at hand in our visual and media culture that can drive our society to make change. His films have been featured on National Geographic, Aeon Video, Outside Magazine, PBS and screened in festivals around the world. He currently lives in Oakland, California and serves as the in-house Video Producer at the Oakland Museum of California and is the Co-Founder of Spruce Tone Films. Rachel Weinberg Rachel Weinberg is a graduate of the Documentary Studies and Production program at Ithaca College. She received a Bachelors of Arts degree with a minor in history. Rachel uses documentary and media to raise awareness of social issues and to tell the untold stories of many. She has worked with companies like Google, State Farm and Food Network; and also screened her own independent documentaries in film festivals across the US including SXSW, the New Orleans International Film Festival, and Palm Springs ShortFest. Currently, Rachel resides in Brooklyn, NY.
  • Director
    Palmer Morse, Rachel Weinberg
  • Producer
    Matthew Mikkelsen, Palmer Morse, Rachel Weinberg
  • Cinematographer
    Palmer Morse
  • Editor
    Palmer Morse
  • Composer
    Still Woozy (Sven Gamsky)
  • Sound Design
    Matthew Mikkelsen