Films That Move by The Redford Center


Expired April 3, 2024 6:30 AM
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Join us to experience an exciting collaboration between The Redford Center, a leading US nonprofit dedicated to environmental impact filmmaking, and Imagine5, an international impact media foundation. Through this partnership, we are proud to present an enhanced Redford Center film offering, Films That Move – a free screening series that is packed with inspiring content to move you and your community into action.

Intersections is a film that digs into the term ‘Intersectional Environmentalism’ - an inclusive version of environmentalism that advocates for both the protection of people and the planet. Through a discussion between Leah Thomas - a young activist, and Betty Reid Soskin - the US’s oldest Park Ranger, the two women discuss topics that range from race, gender, history, and nature.

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  • Runtime
    13 minutes
  • Language
  • Director
    Ali Alvarez
  • Cast
    Betty Reid Soskin, Leah Thomas
  • Editor
    Carly Baker