Avondale Towne Cinema to screen water-themed short films
[adsanity id=”49303″ align=”aligncenter” /]The Avondale Towne Short Docs Festival is kicking off its second season of community screenings with a showing of seven short films about water on Monday, July 2nd.
“What could be better on a hot summer night than watching cool films about water?” festival organizer Hal Jacobs said.
The short documentaries look at the Chattahoochee River, memories of the Creek people who settled this area before their forced removal, an overnight sailing trip in the Gulf of Mexico, Florida springs and a scientist who blew the whistle on a pesticide that causes birth defects in frogs.
There will be conversations with some of the people involved in the films and time for conversations afterwards.
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The movies will show from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. at Avondale Towne Cinema (106 North Avondale Road) in downtown Avondale Estates.
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