Green Film Series Opens Sept. 22 With ‘Fresh’ St. Thomas Newsroom September 15, 2011 The St. Thomas Green Film Series will kick off on Thursday, Sept. 22, with two screenings of the movie “Fresh.” The movies “King Corn” and “The End of the Line” will be shown later in the semester. All three movies focus on the links between food, health and the environment.The movies are free for students, staff and faculty. Because of the interest the film series has generated, each movie will be shown twice. Students attending the films to fulfill a class requirement are encouraged to attend the 7 p.m. screenings to ensure that there is enough seating.Information and trailers for the movies can be viewed by clicking on the movie titles below. The movies will be shown:Thursday, Sept. 22, “Fresh”LIB 102 at noonJRC 126 at 7 p.m.Thursday, Oct. 20, “King Corn”LIB 102 at noonOWS 150, at 7 p.m.Thursday, Nov. 17, “The End of the Line”LIB 102 at noonJRC 126 at 7 p.m.The Green Film Series is sponsored by St. Thomas’ Office of Mission, Environmental Studies, Environmental Science, the Department of Geography, the Sustainability Committee, American Culture and Difference, the Department of English, Health and Human Performance, and Web and Media Services.Questions about the series can be emailed to Paul Lorah.