Blue Goes Green Screening Events

Produced and Directed by Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Laure Quinlivan, Blue Goes Green documents how Cincinnati Police District 3 police station generates enough renewable energy through its design to meet its own annual energy consumption. The film also tells the story of how police and local citizens worked together successfully and forged new bonds

designing public art for this building.

Blue Goes Green was screened Mon. January 7, 2019 by the Sierra Club at the Boy Scouts Center. The audience engaged in Q&A with Filmmaker Laure Quinlivan, CPD D-3 Captain Paul Broxterman, City Sustainability Director Larry Falkin, and University of Cincinnati Professor Emeritus of Architecture John Hancock

Blue Goes Green was screened Sat. Feb. 24, 2018 by Woman's City Club, League of Women Voters, Citizens' Climate Lobby and St. John's UU Green Sanctuary Partners at St. John's Universalist Church in Clifton.

  The audience engaged in Q&A with Filmmaker Laure Quinlivan, CPD D-3 Captain Paul Broxterman, CPD D-2 Capt. Aaron Jones and City Sustainability Director Larry Falkin

The film was screened in Cincinnati on September 20, 2017 at CET, and the audience of 140 included about 30 police officers. 

A post-film panel discussion with the audience featured Capt. Aaron Jones, D-3 Police, Larry Falkin, City Dir. of Sustainability,  Jamie Accurso, Cincinnati Senior Architect,  Mary Jo Bazeley, Public Art Team Member, and Filmmaker Laure Quinlivan.

Additional Screenings: ICMA, International City/County Managers Assoc, Oct 21 and 22, 2019 in Nashville.
Benicia, CA Film festival September 2019
Global Peace Film Festival, Winter Park, FL September 2019
Kuala Lumpur Eco Festival, Malaysia, October 2019
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