"We're very excited at quality of films and the variety of countries represented,"
The Films Screening On Roku Are:
Alegria - A Humanitarian Expedition; Submitted by Christoph von Toggenburg (Switzerland)
A Lobster Tale; Submitted by Michael McGuire (USA)
The Blue Marble Of Joys And Sorrows; Paolo Pizzi (USA)
Dreams of the Last Butterflies;
Drown the Alarm; Submitted by Mitchell Klebanoff (USA)
House of Straw; 10 Years Later; Submitted by Heidi Snel (Germany)
Invasion of the Giant Tortoises; Submitted by Theo Lipfert (USA)
My Homeland; Submitted by Rodrigo Jardon (USA)
Pretty Good Friends; Submitted by Sophie Townsend (Australia)
Ryde Share; Submitted by Sethward Allison (USA)
Sea Legend; Submitted by Anica Maruhn (Germany)
Soil, Struggle and Justice: Agroecology in the Brazilian Landless Movement; Submitted By Andreas Hernandez (Brazil)
The Spinster; Submitted by Kristin Tieche (USA)
Sustain San Diego; Submitted by Lisa Bruhn (USA)
Table Manners; Submitted by Rebecca Manley (United Kingdom)
Tales of the Sand; Submitted by Elodie Turpin (Spain)
Water and Cooperation, Reflections for a New Time; Submitted by João Amorim (Unknown Country of Origin)
The films are free to view for the month of April only. To view:
1. You must have a ROKU player connected to your television.
2. Log in using your Roku Username and Password
3. Go to: https://owner.roku.com/
4. You have now added the Going Green Film Festival Channel to Your Lineup
5. Open the Roku Channel Store to find the added channel. NOTE: You may need to force your channel list to update for the channel to appear in your Channels list. To do this, go to the Settings menu and select System update. Otherwise, it may take 24 hours to show.
The Going Green Film Festival launched in 2010 as a way to encourage and reward green filmmaking, as well as educate filmmakers on the necessity of lowering their carbon footprint on this planet.
The Going Green Film Festival is a fundraiser for the Minorities in Broadcasting Training Program. (www.theBroadcaster.com)
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