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“Flint” Water Contamination Crisis Documentary Preview | SF

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Sunday, April 23, 2017 - 3:45 pm | Cost: FREE
FESTHQ | 518 Valencia St., San Francisco, CA

San Francisco Green Film Festival

The 7th Annual San Francisco Green Film Festival is about internationally acclaimed films, filmmakers, and guest speakers delving into some of the most pressing environmental issues.

From the Amazon to Standing Rock, from the streets of SF to the fields of Ethiopia, see new stories from around the world at Green Film Fest 2017. All week you will have a chance to meet filmmakers & expert guests at their fest for acclaimed environmental films.

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7th Annual SF Green Film Festival
April 20-26, 2017
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Sunday, April 23, 2017
San Francisco Green Film Festival

A work-in-progress preview of this new feature documentary from Anthony Baxter (You’ve Been Trumped, Best Feature SFGFF 2012; A Dangerous Game, SFGFF 2015) about the lead in drinking water crisis in Flint, Mich.

Baxter first heard about the water contamination crisis while participating in Michael Moore’s Traverse City Film Festival. “This just wasn’t a case of people having their water cut off for not paying their bills. They were paying for poisonous water. It was shocking.”

Flint’s 100,000 residents have been without safe drinking water since 2014, when local officials started diverting water from the Flint River to cut costs. Baxter has been on the ground in Flint, chronicling how local residents are pulling together to try to get through this. See exclusive footage from the film collected during more than two years of documenting one of the worst mass poisonings in American history.


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