[Imc-saltlake-discussion] Addition to weekly peace calendar: SLC FILM CENTER APRIL CALENDAR

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Sun Apr 9 09:13:45 PDT 2006


Unless otherwise noted, all events are free and open to the public

April 12, Wednesday – 7PM – ELIZABETH I (Part I) – Starring Helen Mirren and
Jeremy Irons – Westminster College, 1840 South 1300 East – Vieve Gore Concert
Hall, Jewett Center - SLCFC: HBO Series – SLCFC: HBO Partnership Series –
Elizabeth I, a two-part HBO Miniseries Event, Part 1 airs on HBO Saturday,
April 22, Part 2 airs on HBO Monday, April 24
She held absolute power over everything... except her heart. Emmy® Award winner
Helen Mirren and Academy Award® winner Jeremy Irons star in an epic story of a
legendary queen's appetite to love, and to be loved, against all odds.
April 13, Thursday – 7PM – TOO HOT NOT TO HANDLE – 53 Minutes – City Library,
210 E 400 South – SLCFC: HBO

This advance screening of HBO’s Earth Day film was awarded to Salt Lake Mayor
Rocky Anderson for making Salt Lake City one of our country’s climate
protection cities and is presented in partnership with the Mayor’s Office, The
Wallace E. Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment & KUED7

TOO HOT NOT TO HANDLE offers a wealth of chilling evidence that the greenhouse
effect is steadily worsening and the Earth is warming faster than at any other
time in history. This is more than just a sobering preview of what will happen
over the next century if unbridled consumption of fossil fuels continues, it
also explores creative and potentially lucrative energy options that can lead
to a better quality of life and increased prosperity in the future. Encouraging
viewers to think outside the barrel, the film’s experts give viewers an extended
look at the innovative ways Americans can reduce global warming and literally
change the world with Earth-friendly options. TOO HOT NOT TO HANDLE travels
across America to meet ordinary (and not so ordinary) citizens who are already
using creative approaches to cut down on petroleum consumption. We can make a


April 17, Monday – 7PM –PALOMA DE PAPEL (Paper Dove) – Written and Directed by
Fabrizio Aguilar – 90 min. – Not Rated - Peru, Spanish with English sub-titles
- City Library 210 E. 400 South  - SLCFC: Spanish Language Film Series -
Presented with: The U of U Ethnic Studies Program, The Department of  
Education, Culture, and Society, The Department of History, The Office of
Diversity, and The City Library
Set in the majestic Peruvian Andes, PALOMA DE PAPEL presents an unvarnished,
realist’s depiction of the chaos of the 1980s in an Andean village and in one
boy’s life when Shining Path guerrillas sweep through and force the helpless
youngster into their ranks.

April 18, Tuesday – 7PM – THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE – City Library, 210 E 400 S –
SLCFC: Diverse Voices: Film and Discussion Series – Presented with KUED Public
Television, and The City Library - Following the program there will be a Q & A
The International Association of Genocide Scholars affirms that the number of
Armenian deaths at the hands of the Ottoman Turks during World War I was more
than a million. Featuring extensive never-before-seen footage, this program
shares one of the largely untold stories of the 20th century, detailing what
happened and why. The documentary also explains why, to this day, the Turkish
government denies that the Armenian genocide took place.
“The Armenian Genocide” airs on Tuesday, April 18, at 11:00 p.m., on
KUED-Channel 7.
Co-Producers: Karen Coshof and Polly Kosko – PBS – City Library, 210 E 400
South - SLCFC: Environmental Series presented in collaboration with the Mayor’s
Office, The Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Enviroment and KUED7 – a
panel discussion will follow the screening Singer Alanis Morissette narrates as
documentary filmmakers explore the already realized effects of global warming.
Numerous science experts review a growing body of evidence of the grave
consequences of a changing climate, and explore how individuals, communities
and organizations across America are creating new approaches to safeguard
future generations. The documentary also looks at evidence that human
activities are provoking an unprecedented era of atmospheric warming and
climatic events: more drought, wildfires and flooding; polar melting; more
powerful storms; and more variable weather. Tropical diseases are moving north;
childhood respiratory illnesses are skyrocketing; and in the last three decades
more than 30 diseases new to science have emerged.

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