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What was the most sustainable cinema at Sundance 2011?

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Last week, cinephiles and filmmakers gathered in the small, snow-covered town of Park City, Utah, for the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

Many of the films at the festival were inspirational to those of us interested in creating a “world that makes sense.”

Some dealt with themes of sustainability, some were made sustainably, some were simply hopeful. So pop yourself some organic popcorn and stay on the lookout at a theater, television, or video-on-demand screen near you for some of the festival’s most sense-making entries.

Two especially intriguing films to keep an eye out for this coming year are The Last Mountain and Connected.

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via Grist

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