I had the pleasure of meeting filmmaker Renée Scheltema recently at the Nevada City Wild and Scenic Film Festival, and after realizing that she would be in town for a bit, we organized this event at San Francisco’s California Institute for Integral Studies, where many fine films (including one I saw on Gregory Bateson) are shown.
Rather than your typical eco-documentary, Normal is Over looks at the systemic solutions already being implemented to address ecological degradation, and chronicles the stories of diverse actors working at different levels to offer a sophisticated picture of the web of relations–corporate, industrial, rural, political, financial, agricultural–composing our zeitgeist.
The showing will is open to the public and is free, thanks to the generous support of the Ecology, Spirituality, and Religion Program in collaboration with the Anthropology and Social Change Program. I am so glad I was able to connect this great filmmaker with this innovative and dedicated institution.
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