An Inconvenient Truth, 10th anniversary showing with producer Scott Burns.   

Sunday, August 14th,  Doors Open: 7pm,  Movie Begins: 8pm
Scott will lead a discussion / Q & A after the film.

Please join us at the Art Garden where we will be showing the movie An Inconvenient Truth.  It’s the 10th anniversary of the movie… how is the world doing? 

An Inconvenient Truth is not a story of despair but rather a rallying cry to protect the one earth we all share.  The movie presents scientific concepts and evidence about global warming in a clear, concise and even sometimes entertaining way. It features impressive nature photography, graphs, and animation to visually express complex evidence.

After the movie, there will be a discussion / Q & A with the producer Scott Burns who lives on Howland Canal.  You may remember last October we showed the movie Contagion (written by Scott) and had quite a lively debate on vaccinations, etc. afterwards.  

So, bring your questions, thoughts and ideas and let’s…discuss!     Also feel free to bring your own food and drink. Please NO plastic and clean up after yourself :)   The Art Garden is Host-less and Host-free, meaning everyone participates how they can, when they can, with setup and/or cleanup, please visit vcart.garden/helping


A little background on our Howland Canal neighbor:  
SCOTT Z. BURNS is a screenwriter, director and producer. His film credits include the original screenplay for Side Effects, directed by Steven Soderbergh (starring Jude Law, Rooney Mara, and Catherine Zeta-Jones), Contagion directed by Steven Soderbergh, (starring Matt Damon, Kate Winslet, Marion Cotillard, and Jude Law), as well as the screen adaptation of Soderbergh’s The Informant!  Burns also co-wrote the Academy Award-winning Bourne Ultimatum and was a producer on the Academy Award-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth. He wrote/directed HBO Films’ PU-239, produced by Soderbergh and George Clooney. Burns is currently  writing/producing an adaptation of “The Burglary” by Washington Post reporter Betty Medsger with Alex Gibney attached to direct and “The Dive” with director Francis Lawrence.. In addition, Burns' stage play The Library, appeared at The Public Theater in New York City in 2014 starring Chloe Grace Moretz and directed by Soderbergh-- it was nominated by the Outer Critics Circle for Best New American Play. Burns began his career in advertising, and was part of the creative team for the “Got Milk?” campaign. He has written for GQ, Condé Nast Traveler, Wall Street Journal, and Huffington Post.