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May 2022

KPBS GI Film Festival San Diego

May 17 - May 21

A project of KPBS, the GI Film Festival San Diego is a multi-day showcase of films for, by, and about military and veteran experiences. Films featured in the festival reveal the struggles, triumphs, and experiences of service members and veterans. The festival also provides veterans and service members with an opportunity to further their creative skills. Documentaries, shorts, narratives, and feature-length films are presented. Post-screening discussions with filmmakers, actors and documentary subjects are also part of the festival. This event…

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ReFramed: Conservation in an urbanized world (Online Event)

May 26 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Image of bus station with elephant in the foreground and bus station and people in the background

Join a conversation with photographer Nick Brand and scientist Dr. Kirstie Ruppert from the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance for a discussion about wildlife conservation in an increasingly urbanized world. In the past century alone, a vast range of flora and fauna have faced extinction directly related to vanishing habitats. We’ll gain insights from Nick Brandt on his project This Empty World, which sheds light on the impact of humans on the environment. Dr. Kristie Ruppert will build out our…

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June 2022

Inside Antarctica: Microplastics & Machine Learning

June 2 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Inside Antarctica: Microplastics & Machine Learning: Nat Geo Explorer Mike Libecki, along with Microplastic Scientist Abby Barrows and IoT Architect Josh Jackson head to Antarctica to integrate microplastic science and machine learning technology in hopes to learn and find solutions for healthier planet...the time is now, as over 12 million tons of plastic go into our oceans every year. Reception, Screening, Q & A * Filmmaker in Attendance About Blue Water Film Festival The Blue Water Film Festival celebrates World…

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