David Gelber, Joel Bach and more/2016/50 min/Energy
FILM DESCRIPTION: The energy market has an estimated global value of $6 trillion—a number that could be greatly affected by an increase in renewable sources, especially solar. In his first television project since retiring as host of “The Late Show,” David Letterman travels to India for the first time to find out what the world’s soon-to-be most populous country is going to do to expand its inadequate energy grid. “Saturday Night Live” cast member Cecily Strong travels to Florida and Nevada to investigate what’s blocking the growth of solar energy in the U.S.—and she gets the real story from industry insiders and a retired commissioner now willing to tell their stories.
Saturday, March 11, 12-2 p.m. [West]
Loretto Hospital, 645 S. Central Ave., Auditorium-6th Floor, Chicago
Arrive early for pre-screening reception! Welcome remarks by film-screening host, State Rep. Camille Y. Lilly.
This film is for general audiences, however, teens and pre-teens are encouraged to attend--caring for our community is a cross-generational effort.
Stay after the film for Q&A with Bernard Lilly, College Mentoring Experience; Amit Shukla, Triton College Program Development; Jamil Muhammad, ComEd will discuss Green Jobs training;State Rep. Camille Lilly; Romano Orthopaedics Center discussing nutrition and your healing; Senator Don Harmon, West Cook Wild Ones & Cook County Land Authority have been invited. Learn about concrete film-related economic and social action opportunities for individual and community involvement.
Saturday, March 11, 3-6 p.m. [South][Virtual Reality]
Trinity United Church of Christ, 400 95th St., Chicago
Please stay for post-film discussion, then tour Trinity and its rain gardens and take in a short film about an African American history library. After the program, enjoy Conservation International's virtual reality short film, "Under the Canopy."
Co-presented by Trinity United Church of Christ.