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Sharkwater Extinction, Inventing Tomorrow, The Biggest Little Farm selected Green Cinema at IFF Panama



Cinema is Life and even more if it is green cinema!

As part of its mission, IFF Panama seeks to emphasize the issues that are important to society, returning with the Green Program, which seeks to raise awareness about the environment and create a space for debate with the support of the Ministry of the Environment.

Pituka Ortega Heilbron, executive director of IFF Panama commented, "We are very pleased to announce our second Green Program in close collaboration with Mi Ambiente. It is about four environmental pieces that were carefully selected to demonstrate the realities that we face every day and the ingenuity of the human being to discern and seek solutions. "
On the film selected for the special role of Green Carpet, Inventing Tomorrow, Laura Nix, Ortega Heilbron stressed, "The presentation will feature the young characters of the film who visit us from Mexico and USA. The documentary and its young characters will also be part of our program IFF Panama in the neighborhood. "
IFF Panama also announced that the Green Program includes the film Sharkwater Extinction, which the executive director of IFF Panama described as "a vital and shocking piece that shows what is happening in different parts of the world with shark hunting, Panama included, and the actions we are taking. "she added," The screening will also have the participation of one of his characters. the film had a US release early march in the USA "
The award-winning documentary The Biggest Little Farm is also part of this section of the Festival. Pituka Ortega Heilbron, in turn, said that "this documentary is being released to commercial theaters in the United States in May of this year, and we are proud to emphasize that IFF Panama is its Latin American premiere."
It is worth mentioning that IFF Panama is committed to recycling, to the limited use of paper and to the eradication of plastics within our activities. These actions include the week of the festival.
Emilio Sempris, Minister of My Environment, said that, "The public will see their cultural values ​​enriched by the presentation of films that contribute to strengthening awareness of the need to integrate into our habits, initiatives that guarantee the protection of the resources provided by the nature."
IFF Panama will screen, in a special presentation on Alfombra Verde, the film Inventing Tomorrow by director Laura Nix.
The films of the Green Program are:
Inventing Tomorrow
Laura Nix
India, Indonesia, United States
Sharkwater Extinction
Rob Stewart
The Biggest Little Farm
John Chester
Laura Nix (USA), Director / Producer
Director, writer and producer who works in nonfiction and fiction. She is known for her films Inventing Tomorrow (2018 Sundance Premiere), The Yes Men Are Revolting (2014), The Light In Her Eyes (2011), Whether You Like It Or Not: The Story of Hedwig (2003), and The Politics of Fur (2002).
Inventing Tomorrow
Inventing Tomorrow is the true-life story of passionate teenagers in innovation from around the world who are creating cutting-edge solutions to address the world's environmental threats. While they are in their own environments and navigate the doubts and insecurities that mark adolescence. We will live with these inspiring young people as they prepare their projects for the largest gathering of high school scientists in the world, the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF).








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