Sustainability Film Premiere in Los Angeles – Ticket Giveaway

 

See below for a chance to win free tickets to GLP Films 4th Annual Los Angeles Film Premiere!

Embark on an amazing journey to the Congo, Kenya, Tanzania, and other locations through a collection of short sustainability films set to debut at Green Living Project’s 4th Annual Los Angeles Film Premiere in Santa Monica on Thursday, December 6, 2012.  The featured films will include Fairtrade Africa (Tanzania), Working Bikes (Chicago), Angelic Organics Learning Center (Illinois), Okapi Conservation Project (Democratic Republic of Congo), UNITE (Uganda), and Basecamp Foundation (Kenya).

The short films address global and domestic issues like fair trade coffee; promotion of cycling as a healthy, affordable, and sustainable mode of transport; urban farming as means for building local food systems; conservation of the wild okapi; conservation curriculum in the classroom; and the development of sustainable tourism and conservation in Kenya.  The cinematography is stunning and the messages are powerful.

For more information and to purchase tickets online visit www.greenlivingproject.com.  See below to win free tickets!

 

Event Details

Green Living Project 4th Annual Los Angeles Film Premiere

Watch the latest short sustainability films, enjoy organic wine from Frey Vineyards and Karl Strauss beer on tap, receive swag bags with great gear, and get a chance to win a once in a lifetime 5-day volunteer trip to Costa Rica to work with endangered hawksbill and green sea turtles.  The Student Film Project winners will also be announced.

Morkaba at Bergamot Station
2525 Michigan Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90404
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When:  Thursday, December 6th, 2012 from 7pm – 10pm

Tickets:  $20 if you buy online ($25 at the door, $15 for students with ID, free for teachers with RSVP)
Buy tickets online:  www.greenlivingproject.com/losangeles2012/

Or win free tickets!  See below for details.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to film partner Okapi Conservation Project.

 

Ticket Giveaway

We have 5 tickets to giveaway!

How to enter:

1.  “Like” Green Living Project on Facebookwww.facebook.com/greenlivingproject

2.  “Like” EcoBuzz Los Angeles on Facebookwww.facebook.com/EcoBuzzLA

3.  Post a comment below to let us know that you entered!

That’s it!  Follow those three simple steps and you will automatically be entered to win one or more tickets to the film premiere next Thursday (December 6th).

Be sure to include a valid email address when you submit your comment below so that we can contact you if you win.  Your email address will not be published and will only be used to contact you if you win.

Winner selection:

Entries will close at 9:00 pm Pacific Time on Tuesday, December 4, 2012.  The winners will be selected from the comments below and will be contacted on Tuesday, December 4, 2012.  We just ask that the winners follow all three steps to enter in order to be eligible.  Good luck!  Hope to see you there!

Here are some clips from the 2011 event: 2011 Los Angeles Film Premiere

 

What is Green Living Project?

Green Living Project is a media production company focused on educating and inspiring people on sustainability initiatives through award-winning short films and photography.  To date, GLP has created over 60 films in 17 countries.  Previous projects include films documenting the work of The Leatherback Trust in Costa Rica, poverty relief in Mozambique, cheetah conservation in Africa, a compost school in Maine, gorilla conservation in Rwanda, overfishing and coastal pollution in Ecuador, and sustainable tourism worldwide.

GLP also inspires teachers and students by bringing sustainability education to the classroom.  They provide curriculum, school presentations, film projects, and speaking engagements.

Watch GLP’s short (7 minute) film about The Leatherback Trust, an organization dedicated to the conservation and study of the Leatherback Sea Turtle.  These amazing creatures have been here for over 65 million years, witnessing the fall of the dinosaurs and the rise of humanity.  Oil spills, fishing, climate change, tourism density, and coastal manufacturing are quickly shrinking the habitats of the turtles.  Sadly, if action is not taken soon to project leatherbacks, they will disappear in our lifetime.

Comments

  1. Would love to go and I already like both pages. Thanks!

  2. Would love to see the films!

  3. Jose Albertini says:

    Would love to go! Thanks!

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