The acclaimed documentary short film What Green Can Be is a story about how one small town is encouraging green building and the beautiful results that can occur when we decide together to go green. Delving into green architecture, director Lauren Speeth traces the history of environmentalism, including previously unreleased vintage footage from the first Earth Day, shot by the her late uncle and mentor. What Green Can Be... it's as worth imagining now as when the film was first honored as an Official Selection at the Sedona International Film Festival, and shown with its Sedona Green selections.
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