Sponsored by the Center for Sustainable Communities, the Center for Ethics and Public Engagement, the Luther College Black Student Union, Latines Unides, the DCLA group, and the Center for Intercultural Engagement and Student Succes
In collaboration with the Center for Biological Diversity, Luther College will host screenings of four films premiering at the Food Justice Film Festival 2020, September 24-27. One film will be shown on the Luther campus each evening (Sept 24-27). There will also be panel discussions with film directors and food justice advocates immediately following each film.
Film showings will begin each evening (Sept 24-27) at 7:00 p.m. in Valders 206. Observing appropriate social-distancing, the maximum seating capacity in Valders 206 will be 43 people. We ask that viewers arrive by 6:45 pm each evening so we can assure appropriate seating. Any evening we exceed the maximum Valders’ seating capacity, we will use Olin 102 as an additional screening location. Film descriptions, trailers, and information about panel speakers can be accessed using the following LINK.
Because of COVID-19 restrictions, screenings will be restricted to Luther College students, faculty, and staff.