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Great Collaborations in New Hampshire!

Great Collaborations in New Hampshire!...

We’re delighted to see the Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire teaming up with the Appalachian Mountain Club, the NH Children in Nature Coalition and UNH Cooperative Extension to offer four free screenings of Mother Nature’s Child. The following venues will host the screenings and community discussions:  the Rialto Theatre in Lancaster on September 19th, the Medallion Opera House in Gorham on September 25th, The Colonial in Bethlehem on October 3rd and the Theater in the Wood in Intervale on October 10th. The screenings are also sponsored by the Cranmore...
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Daycare Center Responds to MNC

Daycare Center Responds to MNC...

Recently, Williston Enrichment Center — the daycare attended by MNC director Camilla Rockwell‘s nine month old grandson — held a screening of the film’s preschool section for their staff. The next day WEC director Kara von Behren emailed us share their response: “The preschool teachers were so motivated that they took their class out on a nature walk and spent about an hour and a half climbing over trees, falling into the mud, and sliding down huge dirt mountains out back. The kids absolutely loved it (even the ones who fell in the mud who...
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Clip from Post Film Discussion...

A year ago, the Burlington, VT premiere of Mother Nature’s Child was attended by an audience of more than 200, most of whom stayed for the post-film discussion with a panel moderated by Walter Poleman, lecturer and Associate Director of the Field Naturalist Graduate Program at the University of Vermont. Here one viewer asks about how the Baltimore schools in the film were able to create programs to get their students outside. Director Camilla Rockwell responds briefly and refers the question to Walter to talk about what is happening in Burlington. An additional...
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Seattle School Inspired by MNC!

Seattle School Inspired by MNC!...

We were delighted to receive the notice below from the e-newsletter to parents at Saint Joseph School in Seattle. The screening of Mother Nature’s Child there last November was followed by discussion and parents really got the film’s message!! This is a great example of what parents can organize by themselves, without depending on administrators. A creative step for healthier children! Let’s “Go Park”! … a spin-off from the screening of “Mother Nature’s Child” Parents &/or Caregivers, A Thursday after school park...
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Colorado Environmental Film Festival Sel...

Mother Nature’s Child has been selected to screen at the 6th Annual Colorado Environmental Film Festival, held in Golden, Colorado from February 23-25,...

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