The 2014 Thunder Bay Environmental Film Festival is scheduled for March 19 to 23rd, 2014. We are in the initial planning stages and are looking for a few people to help us in these areas: Advertising & Sponsorship, Festival operations & planning, Workshop coordination, and help during the Festival only. If you are interested in any of these, please click on the LINK below to receive more information.
Wednesday December 18, 7:30 PM
“Idle Threat – Man on Emission”
How would you take a stand? Follow George Pakenham’s challenges and triumphs in his bid to reduce vehicle idling pollution in New York City. Join the Thunder Bay Environmental Film Network for the film “IDLE THREAT – Man on Emission” on Wednesday December 18, starting at 7:30 PM at the Paramount Theatre. Admission is free, donations are appreciated and the post-film discussion will be lively. Bring a friend and your family and see you at the movies!
Official Selection: Woodstock Film Festival 2012.
Official Selection: Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital 2013.
Since 1971, the City of New York has had laws restricting curbside engine idling. One man, determined to reduce air pollution in his neighborhood and combat global climate change, confronted the city’s lax enforcement efforts. This film chronicles the challenges and triumphs of his campaign.