Greensters Film Screening: At What Price

Dear Guys and Dolls,

I added another screening of my film AT WHAT PRICE and the short documentary teaser REEL SUSTAINABLE.

The
East Hollywood NC is the first Neighborhood Council to endorse a
sustainable film production in their neighborhood. They are hosting
this screening at their monthly NC Board Meeting.

Get to know them, what they do and see the film that they endorsed and were part of.

The film is CLOSE CAPTIONED.

The venue is WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE.

The film is suitable to anybody age 0-150. :-) 

Transportation:

Metro
Bus lines 2, 302, 204, 754 & Metro Red Line are right at the corner
(Vermont/Sunset) and bus lines 180, 181, and 780 are right up the
street.

Bicycle Parking is on site. (Be sure to lock up your frame & tires!)

Street parking available if you drive.

Would be great to see you if you can make it. Bring friends, family and the kids.

Hugs, love and inspiration!

Enci

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