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New Meetup: Movie: Screening of The Garden at IFC Center

From: Cathy
Sent on: Tuesday, December 9, 2008 4:47 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for The Metro NYC Environmental Meetup!

What: Movie: Screening of The Garden at IFC Center

When: December 16,[masked]:45 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description: Screening of "The Garden"
A Film by Scott Hamilton Kennedy
Tuesday, December 16, 2008, 8:00pm

*Q/A with filmmaker following screening*
*Post-Film reception at 99 Below (99 Mac Dougal St.)
with a "Garden Drink Special"*

Tickets are $​15

We will meet inside the IFC Center to the right of the concession stand. If a few folks get there early, we'll send a few people inside to save a row of seats. If you don't see us in the lobby look in the theater and/or call my cell phone (I will email out my number 24 hours before the event)

for more info:

View the trailer:

Click here to purchase tickets While you don't have to purchase your ticket in advance, it does guarantee you a seat.

This award-winning documentary chronicles the complex and emotional story of the destruction of Los Angeles' South Central Farm. Created from the ashes of the L.A. riots in 1992, the South Central Farm was the largest urban farm in the United States until its destruction in 2006. "The Garden" follows the farmers as they organize and launch an impassioned public battle to save the farm. The film documents the farmers' struggle against the city's backroom deals, and exposes the underlying issues of money, power, poverty and racial discord. The film explores the fault lines in American society, raising crucial and challenging questions about liberty, equality, and justice for the poorest and most vulnerable among us.

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