Inspiring Lives: Conversation with Flo Stone | SF Green Film Fest
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Saturday, April 22, 2017
San Francisco Green Film Festival
2017 Inspiring Lives Award: Where was the seed planted for Green Film Fest? Flo Stone’s work has inspired countless people to environmental activism through the power of cinema.
Flo Stone is founder of the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital – the longest running US green film festival, currently celebrating its 25th Anniversary. Previously, she was the head of public programs at the American Museum of Natural History in NYC, where she initiated the Margaret Mead Film Festival. She was Film Chair for the Smithsonian’s Forum on Biodiversity and she established the Earthwatch Film Awards at National Geographic. Both nationally and internationally, she has served on many film juries and festival committees. In 2015, Flo was honored with Audubon’s Rachel Carson Award from Women in Conservation, and in 2008 she received the Green Hero Award from Washingtonian Magazine.
Join them for an intimate conversation with Flo on her life, career, and experiences.
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