in collaboration with Glendale Water & Power, presents a special showing of this new film.
Catching the Sun follows the hope and heartbreak of unemployed American workers seeking jobs in the solar industry and sheds light on the path to an economically and environmentally sustainable future. Through personal stories that illuminate the universal theme of hope for a better life, and
set against the struggle to build a ‘green economy,’ Catching the Sun will engage new audiences in solutions to climate change and income inequality.
Location: Glendale High School, Rm 2225. 1440 E Broadway, Glendale, CA
Date & Time: Friday, April 29, 2016, 7p.m. 75 minutes followed by 30 minute discussion centered on college/career, policy, and technology update led by Tor Allen of Rahus/Solar Schoolhouse
Tickets: FREE, but preregister below to secure a seat.
“Award-winning filmmaker and eco-activist Shalini Kantayya’s documentary broadens the often faceless climate change debate to include people of color and explore the possibilities of social and economic justice in a soon-to-be solar-powered world.”
— Julie Anderson, LA Film Festival
View the Trailer
In collaboration with Glendale Water & Power, and Glendale Unified School District.