Sunday, October 14 • 4:00pm - 5:15pm
Tectonics Doc & Quest for Energy Doc

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Director: Peter Bo Rappmund
Runtime: 60 mins
Country of production: USA 
A survey of the physical qualities and metaphysical quandaries of the United States-Mexico border. Follows the boundary and its immediate surrounding topography incrementally from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific Ocean.

Quest for Energy
Director: Vinit Parmar
Runtime: 10 mins 
Four million islanders want electricity. For eons, they had survived in the dark, lit by dim kerosene lamps. They still burn wood for fire. Millions live like this around the world.  The people of the Sunderbans live less than hundred miles away from Kolkata, India, residing in the largest wetland in the world adjacent to one of the most populated urban areas. 

This World Heritage site boasts about two hundred fifty wild, white Bengal tigers, only fifty-two of the hundred-two islands are human-inhabited. These islanders have witnessed massive flooding and realize their islands will be under water because of rising sea levels from climate change. Two islands recently disappeared. The UN reports that 75% of the landmass will be under water due to climate change.


Sunday October 14, 2012 4:00pm - 5:15pm PDT
Croatian Cultural Center 510 West 7th Street, San Pedro, CA 90731