Now Available: Video of June’s PA IPL Statewide Summer Film Series

Discussion with Jonathan Sprout about his NetZero Lifestyle, Music, & Short Films

PA IPL Statewide Summer Film Series – June 2022 – Discussion with Jonathan Sprout about his NetZero Lifestyle, Music, & Short Films

PA IPL is offering our summer film series for the second year in a row! This June we viewed a series of films by Jonathan Sprout, founder of Force for Good. Jonathan joined us for a discussion of his NetZero Lifestyle, music, and short films on Monday, June 20th from 7:00-8:30pm.

Jonathan founded Force for Good in 2016. Jonathan states:
Our primary objective through our music and films is to unify, empower, and inspire people to become activists. We are optimists who promote peace, equality, and compassion for all. We hope that you will join us. Be the force that uplifts the doers of good.

To fulfill his mission, Jonathan provides his films, free of charge, on the Force for Good website. All films run between 5-10 minutes, so PA IPL encourages you to watch all of the Force for Good films. They are informative and inspirational. They will remind you of what we work so hard to protect. However, if your time is limited, we suggest: Oceans, Wind Energy, Plastic, Reverence, Wilderness, Natural, Homeless, Ice, Organic, Harmony, Grace, Community, Hope, Solar, and Happiness.

PA IPL 2022 Summer Film Series – June – Discussion with Jonathan Sprout about his NetZero Lifestyle

PA IPL is offering our summer film series for the second year in a row! Please join us this June in viewing a series of films by Jonathan Sprout, founder of Force for Good. Jonathan will join us for a discussion of his NetZero Lifestyle, his films, and his music on Monday, June 20th from 7:00-8:30pm.

Register here!

Jonathan founded Force for Good in 2016. Jonathan states:
Our primary objective through our music and films is to unify, empower, and inspire people to become activists. We are optimists who promote peace, equality, and compassion for all. We hope that you will join us. Be the force that uplifts the doers of good. 

To fulfill his mission, Jonathan provides his films, free of charge, on the Force for Good website. All films run between 5-10 minutes, so PA IPL encourages you to watch all of the Force for Good films. They are informative and inspirational. They will remind you of what we work so hard to protect. However, if your time is limited, we suggest: Oceans, Wind Energy, Plastic, Reverence, Wilderness, Natural, Homeless, Ice, Organic, Harmony, Grace, Community, Hope, Solar, and Happiness.

State College-Love Your Planet Film Series-Walking the Camino

Location: Foxdale Village Auditorium, 500 E Marylyn Ave, State College, PA
Time: 7:00 p.m.

Download a flyer here to post and share!

Our friends and partners, Foxdale Village Green Committee and a member of PA IPL, the UUFCC Green Sancturary Committee, are showing a series of Love Your Planet films in Fall 2019 in the Foxdale Village Auditorium.  There will be 4 showings/films which include Albatross, Milking the RhinoThe Pollinators, and Walking the Camino (closed captioned when available).
CATA “P” bus will have hourly stops at Foxdale.

Walking the Camino is a film that examines the spiritual side of travel and what it can do to change people’s perspectives on themselves and the world, even if they’re not religious.  The film tells the story of six people’s journeys on the Camino de Santiago in Spain.

 

 

 

Check out the trailer here:

The film is co-sponsored by the PSU Institute for Sustainability.

State College-Love Your Planet Film Series-The Pollinators

Location: Foxdale Village Auditorium, 500 E Marylyn Ave, State College, PA
Time: 7:00 p.m.

Download a flyer here to post and share!

Our friends and partners, Foxdale Village Green Committee and a member of PA IPL, the UUFCC Green Sancturary Committee, are showing a series of Love Your Planet films in Fall 2019 in the Foxdale Village Auditorium.  There will be 4 showings/films which include Albatross, Milking the RhinoThe Pollinators, and Walking the Camino (closed captioned when available).
CATA “P” bus will have hourly stops at Foxdale.

The Pollinators is a film about Pennsylvania bee keepers who take their bees on the road to wherever there are crops to pollinate and details their story as well as how the bees survive contact with sprayed trees.

Check out the trailer here:

The film is co-sponsored by the PSU Institute for Sustainability.

State College-Love Your Planet Film Series-Milking the Rhino

Location: Foxdale Village Auditorium, 500 E Marylyn Ave, State College, PA
Time: 7:00 p.m.

Download a flyer here to post and share!

Our friends and partners, Foxdale Village Green Committee and a member of PA IPL, the UUFCC Green Sancturary Committee, are showing a series of Love Your Planet films in Fall 2019 in the Foxdale Village Auditorium.  There will be 4 showings/films which include Albatross, Milking the RhinoThe Pollinators, and Walking the Camino (closed captioned when available).
CATA “P” bus will have hourly stops at Foxdale.

Milking the Rhino is a 2009 documentary film that examines the relationship between the indigenous African wildlife, the villagers who live among the wildlife, and conservationists who look to keep tourism dollars coming in. As lands are being turned into protected game reserves, these ancient tribes have turned to animal tourism as a means of survival.

Check out the trailer here:

The film is co-sponsored by the PSU Institute for Sustainability.

State College-Love Your Planet Film Series-Albatross

Location: Foxdale Village Auditorium, 500 E Marylyn Ave, State College, PA
Time: 7:00 p.m.

Download a flyer here to post and share!

Our friends and partners, Foxdale Village Green Committee and a member of PA IPL, the UUFCC Green Sancturary Committee, are showing a series of Love Your Planet films in Fall 2019 in the Foxdale Village Auditorium.  There will be 4 showings/films which include Albatross, Milking the RhinoThe Pollinators, and Walking the Camino (closed captioned when available).
CATA “P” bus will have hourly stops at Foxdale.

Albatross, a film by artist Chris Jordan, is a powerful movie showing the heart-wrenching reality of the effects of ocean plastic and is filmed on Midway Atoll, a US national environmental refuge site more than 2,000 miles away from the nearest continent.

Check out this trailer:

The film is co-sponsored by the PSU Institute for Sustainability.