It seems fitting to show a movie about global warming using the energy of the sun instead of fossil fuels. But everything from comedies to retro sci-fi to early Scorcese is fair game for the Solar-Powered Arts Festival in Manhattan. Starting tomorrow night with the new climate-change documentary Everything's Cool, the SolarOne center will follow its dance and music events by hosting outdoor screenings of six films, with audio generated by the building's 88 solar panels and tasty snacks for sale from the organic gourmets at Build a Green Bakery.
August 14, 2007
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