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Oscillation Transia Film Festival presents: An Earth Month in Auburn Event

FREE EVENT
Open to the Public
Wednesday 4/1/2020
8pm-10pm
Total Runtime of Films: 60 min.


Kick-off Earth Month in Auburn with the Office of Sustainability as they welcome the Oscillation Transia Film Festival to campus. The film festival is a traveling non-profit event exploring the intersection of solar energy application and environmental awareness through the art of film. Combining the love for nature and outdoor cinema, Oscillation Transia screens works in outdoor and rural areas around the U.S. featuring films that explore both fictional and non-fictional themes of movement, nomadic living, adventure, and human connection to the natural world.

For this unique screening, Oscillation Transia will feature a specially-curated compilation of films to help us celebrate the kick-off of Earth Month in Auburn – A 50th Anniversary Celebration. This screening will occur on Pebble Hill’s lawn if weather permits, otherwise the event will be held inside. For more information on this and other related events, please visit the Earth Month in Auburn page.

 

Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities

101 Debardeleben Auburn, AL 36849

Selected Filmmakers:

Stephanie Barber

Forest Woodward and Gnarly Bay

Jonathan Vaders

Jacques Naude 

GLP Films

The Collective Quarterly and Duncan Wolfe

The Right To Roam

Jackson Tisi