Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Green TV Guide Thanksgiving Day

This video features an award-winning film short -- Recycled Life --
and Rich Howard-Willms of Plow Sharing, a St. Louis not-for-profit that sells handicrafts from around the world, making it possible for artisana to make a living wage. A rhino and some fish make a cameo appearance along with some green things.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006 features Miss Earth and The St. Louis Film Festival

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The jazz of Pianist Tom McDermott and clarinetist Evan Christopher gets rave reviews in New Orleans . Downbeat gave four stars to their CD Danza. They perform Swipesy Cakewalk by Scott Joplin in this video.

We take a look at entertainment from the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904 to the St. Louis Film Festival which concluded this past weekend. Bobbie Lautenschlager, Curator of the New Film Forum, speaks about themes of young film-makers and talks about recycling. We take a brief look at the Miss Earth Pageant to be held in Manila November 26th and the architecture of Mies van der Rohe.

Green TV Guide presents environmental news and reviews green online tv and documentary films.

Time: 2:56

Monday, November 20, 2006

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This is the first episode of Green TV and features Manufactured Landscapes, a new documentary that was shot in China. An astute Washington University student makes some sharp comments about anthropocentrism and we take a look at a Rhino

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