Environmental Film Festival: For a Better World: Animated Films for School Age Children

This event posted by: Amy Pickett

Tuesday, March 12, 2013
4:00 pm

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library
901 G Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Cost: Free!


A SEA TURTLE STORY (Canada, 2012, 10 min.) During the night a sea turtle digs a hole on a tropical beach and lays her eggs in the sand. So begins the treacherous journey that is the life of a sea turtle among predators such as crabs, birds and sharks, depicted in this stop-motion animation. Written and directed by Kathy Schultz. Also shown with HI! I’M A NUTRIA (USA, 2011, 5 min.), BUNTY’S TREE (India, 2011, 5 min.), SONG OF THE SPINDLE (USA, 2011, 5 min.), HANGING AROUND (Germany, 2010, 3 min.), THE WINDMILL FARMER (USA, 2010, 5 min.) and A DROP’S LIFE (USA, 2011, 5 min.).

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