On this week’s episode of Campus Voices, host Victor Perez spoke to Professor Adam Rome (English and History: Unidel Helen Gouldner Chair for the Environment) about UD’s third annual Lights, Camera, Earth! (LCE) film festival.
After two successful years, the film festival is back with even more thought-provoking films about the state of our environment.
This year’s LCE festival brings two films to campus each day April 8-10. The ten-year-old film An Inconvenient Truth kicks off the festival at 3:00 p.m., Friday, April 8; the last film will be the brand-new Divest! at 7:00 p.m., Sunday, April 10.
For a list of all six films that will be shown at this year’s LCE festival and more information about the films and the festival, check out the Lights, Camera, EARTH! website. (Admission is free, and all shows are open to the public.)
Listen to the Interview
Adam Rome: Lights, Camera, Earth!, interviewed by Victor Perez