Sustainability films still showing

April 26th, 2011
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Earth Day may have come and gone, but you can still catch three more films from Whole Foods Markets' "Do Something Reel Film Festival" at Kahala Mall's Consolidated Theatres and at Kukui Mall's Consolidated Theatres on Maui.

Check these out:

In case you missed it, Suzan Beraza's "Bag It" will be screening at 6 p.m. The documentary film follows Jeb Berrier, an average American who wakes up to how many single-use plastic bags we go through in a day. The problem, he realizes is it doesn't just go away once we're done –  because "there is no away."

Some other films you can catch include:

A scene from "Urban Roots," a film about how some Detroiters took access to fresh-grown food into their own hands.

A scene from "Urban Roots," a film about how some Detroiters took access to fresh-grown food into their own hands. Photo courtesy Urban Roots.

"Urban Roots" (Wednesday, April 27, 2011, 6 p.m.) - In a city where processed fast food reigns, a group of Detroiters take it upon themselves to fulfill a vision of accessibility to locally-grown, sustainable-farmed foods in this film by Mark MacInnis. Visit www.urbanrootsamerica.com to see a trailer.

"Vanishing of the Bees" (Thursday, April 28, 2011, 6 p.m.) - Filmmakers George Langworthy and Maryam Heinen share the story of a real-life commercial bee farmer who lost his livelihood when his bee colonies collapsed. Oscar-nominated actress Ellen Page narrates this saga that explores the reasons behind the disappearing bees and its effects on industrial farming and the natural world. Visit www.vanishingbees.com to see a trailer.

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