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Saturday, January 18 • 9:30am - 11:30am
SATURDAY MORNING KIDS FILMS: Land without Evil | Exploring Soundscapes - Sequoia & Kings Canyon | Son's Gonna Rise | Wild Toddler Chronicles: Legacy | Remember | Blooming Culture | Wisconsin Wetlands Association's Watershed Whiteboard Animation | There's

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Saturday Morning, Del Oro Theatre

Land without Evil
Katalin Egely | 2017 | 4 min
Throughout history, people have always been searching for a perfect place. This short film, based on Guaraní mythology (Tierra sin mal), offers another point of view on paradise: what is the real paradise is inside us and lies in the harmony and unity of everything alive?

Exploring Soundscapes - Sequoia & Kings Canyon
Steven M. Bumgardner | 2019 | 9 min
The dramatic landscape of Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks testifies to nature's size, beauty, and diversity - rugged foothills, deep canyons, towering mountains, and the world's largest trees. Weather varies by season and elevation, ranging from 1,300 to over 14,000 feet. With this diverse landscape comes a wide variety of natural sounds. Explore and enjoy the unique soundscapes of these magnificent parks!

Son's Gonna Rise
Anthill Films | 2019 | 5 min
Like father, like son. Son's Gonna Rise is a piece celebrating the special relationship between fathers and sons everywhere. This short film highlights the especially unique relationship between CLIF Athlete Andrew Shandro and his son, Ethan Shandro that revolves around many things, most notably their shared love for mountain biking and the challenges and successes you experience as a professional athlete.

Wild Toddler Chronicles: Legacy
Brian Lewis | 2019 | 11 min
With an endless supply of fruit snacks, plenty of extra underwear, and a pile of old photographs, two parents set out to retrace the route of an old adventure, this time with a two-year-old in tow, hoping to inspire the next generation to care about wild places.

Remember
Chloe Chin, Tessa Chin, Ka'imi Kaleleiki | 2019 | 3 min
In this short theatrical film, three generations of women reflect on the beauty of their island home and the changes they see taking place in their natural environment.

Blooming Culture: The Story of a Canoe and the Confluence of Cultures
Avery Caudill | 2018 | 9 min
Fourth-grade students from Palouse Prairie Charter School (PPCS) in Idaho share their experience building Blooming Culture, a canoe that combines European and Indigenous styles. Students and traditional canoe families paddle together to acknowledge the colonization of indigenous peoples and celebrate our hopes for a continued confluence of cultures. Avery Caudill is a PPCS graduate and made this film in his transition from high school to college.

Wisconsin Wetlands Association's Watershed Whiteboard Animation
Bob Trondson, Katie Beilfuss, Truscribe Animation, Emma Salisbury | 2019 | 4 min
This 3-minute whiteboard animation from Clouds North Films and Wisconsin Wetlands Association provides viewers with the 411 on how watershed health is critical to wetland health, and thereby our community's health. Both lively and informational, this whiteboard animation gives us the big picture to wetland sustainability.

There's Something in the Water
Rory WT, Shannon S. Wynne, Stephanie M. Casey, Daniel Villanueva | 2018 | 8 min
"There's two kinds of lakes in the South: them that's got Giant Salvinia and them that's about to have Giant Salvinia." Caddo Lake is the only natural lake in Texas, but its delicate eco-system is threatened by a seemingly unstoppable invasive species of floating fern: Giant Salvinia. There's Something in the Water is an 8-minute animated documentary featuring interviews with people who live and work on the lake, demonstrating the damage that has been caused, and how everyone can work together to try and fix it.

Daniel: A Cyclist with TBI Making a Difference
Anthony Cupaiuolo, First Tracks Productions | 2018 | 5 min
Every day (and, we mean every day) you can see Daniel riding his bike along Highway 50. And, while he's out there, he's picking up trash and doing his part to make the Lake Tahoe area better for everyone. That is an amazing story in and of itself. But it is even more incredible when you learn that Daniel nearly died as a child from a fall and was in a coma for 8 months, and although he still suffers from traumatic brain injury (TBI), that hasn't stopped him from making a difference.

No Palm Oil
Honor Giardini, YES Charter Academy | 2019 | 5 min
Grown out of a 6th grade science project, No Palm Oil tells of the impact of palm oil on our planet and what can we do about it.

The Gardenator Challenge
Arnie Lerner, Carmen Silva, Scott Mayeda, Kevin King, Kelly Parker | 2019 | 12 min
This film depicts the prowess of sixth-grade students who have been gardening, cooking, and composting at their public school since Kindergarten. Using a competition format, they are challenged to source ingredients from their school garden, interpret provided recipes, and cook a meal to be judged by a renowned farm-to-table chef. Included are capsule lessons from this inspiring program, called The Sage Garden Project.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Lewis

Brian Lewis

Director, Wild Toddler Chronicles: Legacy
avatar for Pamela Lewis

Pamela Lewis

Featured, Wild Toddler Chronicles: Legacy
avatar for Kaiya Lewis

Kaiya Lewis

Featured, Wild Toddler Chronicles: Legacy
avatar for Tessa Chin

Tessa Chin

Filmmaker, Remember
avatar for Ka'imi Kaleleiki

Ka'imi Kaleleiki

Filmmaker, Remember
avatar for Chloe Chin

Chloe Chin

Filmmaker, Remember
avatar for Honor Giardini

Honor Giardini

Writer, Director, No Palm Oil
avatar for Elizabeth Ergo

Elizabeth Ergo

Featured, No Palm Oil
avatar for Dawn Mayeda

Dawn Mayeda

Associate Producer, Featured, Program Director, The Gardenator Challenge



Saturday January 18, 2020 9:30am - 11:30am
Del Oro Theatre 165 Mill St, Grass Valley, CA 95945, USA

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