San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Jens Jensen was a poet of the prairie, a maker of public parks and a prophet of conservation. This award-winning documentary follows his battles against corruption and the forces of industrial expansion to save the land and its people.
AWARDS for Jens Jensen the Living Green
June 19th 5:30 - 10PM
SCREENING & FUNDRAISER TO SUPPORT THE FILM
This event is free and open to the public, but if you can support the film, we are accepting donations via our Fiscal Sponsor, Chicago Filmmakers, a 501c3
send the filmmaker to present to the Conference of Mayors in Dallas, film festivals and to make presentations to: architecture, preservation and educational organizations.
5:30 PIET OUDOLF, world renowned designer of the Lurie Garden, Cultural Center speech, Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington you must RSVP for this event
6:30 Loops & Variations Concert
7:45 On stage, Director Carey Lundin, Piet Oudolf, WTTWs Goeffrey Baer
8:00 JENS JENSEN MOVIE plays
9:00 Q&A at stage with Lundin, Oudolf and special guests
WHAT TO DO AT PARK
Bring your paper ticket to the Patron Service Booth located on the west side of the reserved seating area, to pick up a wrist band, program and gift bag if you're donating.
When & Where
Viva Lundin is an Emmy-nominated production company that produces documetaries, web series, TV shows, commercials and PSAs on behalf of organ donation, youth voting campaigns, auto safety, clean air and conservation.
Chicago Filmmakers, our fiscal sponsor, is a 37 year-old media arts organization that fosters the creation, appreciation and understanding of film and video as media for artistic and personal expression, as well as media of important social and community impact. Our mission is to provide an opportunity for artists to make films outside the mainstream marketplace, to distribute and exhibit this work, as well as to build audiences and to increase media attention for it. Recognizing the impact of mass media in contemporary society, it is additionally our goal to provide culturally diverse audiences with alternative images to those reflected in mainstream media and to broaden access to media education to include those typically left out of the process.