ASPEN FILM, JERUSALEM U & ASPEN CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES PARTNER TO PRESENT SCREENING OF “SUSTAINABLE NATION”

ASPEN FILM, JERUSALEM U & ASPEN CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES PARTNER TO PRESENT SCREENING OF “SUSTAINABLE NATION”

Aspen, CO (December 23, 2019): Aspen Film, in partnership with Jerusalem U and the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, will present the hour-long documentary SUSTAINABLE NATION on Sunday, January 12 at 7:30 PM at Metropolitan’s Isis Theatre (406 E. Hopkins, Aspen). The film follows a trio of innovators who are doing their part to bring sustainable water solutions to dangerously arid and dehydrated places around the world- to underdeveloped communities in Africa and India, and to farmers in central California. A Q&A with the film’s Executive Producer, Raphael Stone, and ACES CEO, Chris Lane will follow the screening.

Tickets are $15 for general admission and can be purchased online at www.metrotheatres.com; Aspen Film and ACES member tickets are $10 and must be purchased at the box office.

SUSTAINABLE NATION, the new hour-long documentary from Imagination Productions, follows three individuals who are doing their part to bring sustainable water solutions to an increasingly thirsty planet. Using technology developed in water-poor Israel, they are working to change the status quo of a world where one in 10 people lacks access to safe drinking water.

But water is just the beginning. The work of this visionary trio highlights the nexus between food, energy and water and underscores how solving these enormous challenges can help free women, and the world, from life threatening poverty, illness and lack of opportunity.

From the creators of Netflix-featured Beneath the Helmet: From High School to the Home Front, and PBS-featured Israel Inside: How a Small Nation Makes a Big Difference, SUSTAINABLE NATION shows how fixing global water issues is not only a matter of life and death, it’s the start of healing the world.

WHAT:  SUSTAINABLE NATION

WHEN:  Sunday, January 12 at 7:30 PM; Q&A with the film’s Executive Producer, Raphael Stone, and ACES CEO, Chris Lane will follow the screening.

WHERE:  Metropolitan’s Isis Theatre, 406 E. Hopkins Ave

Tickets:  $10 Aspen Film & ACES Members; $15 GA

 

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ABOUT ASPEN FILM:
Founded in 1979 by Ellen Kohner Hunt, Aspen Film seeks to enlighten, enrich, educate, and entertain through film. Throughout its history, Aspen Film has been creating unique and memorable experiences for both the serious cinephile and casual movie lover. With a reach that stretches through the Roaring Fork Valley, Aspen Film organizes a major movie event in every season, offers an extensive education program, and hosts numerous special presentations.

 

ABOUT ACES (Aspen Center for Environmental Studies):
ACES is a non-partisan, non-profit organization that provides enriching environmental literacy programs for kids, teens, and adults as well as community and business leaders. With three locations between Aspen and Carbondale, ACES offers year-round programs focused on science, ecology, natural history, stewardship, forest health, regenerative agriculture, civic leadership, and more. For more information and a full listing of ACES offerings, visit aspennature.org.

 

ABOUT JERUSALEM U:
Jerusalem U is a groundbreaking media company for young Jews. We create purpose driven content for an audience looking to engage with their heritage and history. Using innovative storytelling that sparks ideas, conversations and discussions, we are reframing how the eternal Jewish story is being transmitted to the next generation. We educate young Jews (ages 13-34), informing attitudes, knowledge and behaviors. The films we produce also have broad impact outside of our core target market. We look to shift the conversation about Israel and the Jewish People worldwide.