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Spinitron - KDHX: Earthworms Mon Nov 11th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Earthworms (Talk)

Mon Nov 11th 2013 7.00pm–8.00pm

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Time zone: central


Augusta Bottoms Consort “Chaia”
from Bottomland (Out Attoun www.outattoun.com 2000) L —A tiny gem of musical introduction to tonight's set of filmmaker interviews, spotlighting environmental features of the 22nd Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival


Caitlin Zera - Filmmaker, Webster U Filmmaking Senior “"End of Line" 8 minute documentary about typewriter appreciation and repair!”
from mechanics Vern and Charlie took over the Jones Typewriter Co. years ago - their longtime shop still sells and repairs typewriters - plus a unique TYPE of collection! (www.linkedin.com/pub/caitlin-zera shown Sat 11-16 4 p.m. Winifred Moore Auditorium at Webster U 2013) N L —Follow Caitlin's work to see her Senior project, tracking the fracking pipeline marching across Missouri . . .


Augusta Bottoms Consort “A Printer's Waltz” Single (www.augustabottomsconsort.com 2000) L —THANKS to tonight's filmmakers for telling stories with environmental themes - especially to Ms. Zera for launching her career on such themes!


Susan Beraza - Filmmaker “Uranium Drive-In - shown Sunday Nov 17 6:30 pm Tivoli Theater”
from Ms. Beraza's earlier film, Bag-It, has become a classic of enviro-film public education - that is a "plastics 101" (www.uraniumdrive-in.com 2013) N  —Boom-Bust economics, survival vs. sustainability, energy demands, and Colorado mining culture - themes in this film about small towns lured by promised riches from uranium mining/milling . . . that didn't pan out.


Anthony Powell - Filmmaker “Antarctica: A Year On Ice - shown Sat Nov 16 1 pm Plaza Frontenac”
from An insider's view of one of Earth's most intense places - where "summer" populations of 7,000 shrink to year-round 700 souls living on an entire continent. (www.frozensouth.com 2013) N  —Eerie beauties, hardy (!!) living - filmed over 15 years of Powell's work as Discovery Channel's "Frozen Planet" photographer. Chillin'!

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