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Summer Rayne Oakes' Film 'eXtinction' Debuts Worldwide In 2012

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One of our favorite devoted environmentalists, Summer Rayne Oakes, is now bringing her own personal story and life to audiences through the new film “eXtinction.” Produced, written, and starring Oakes, the “environmental art short” made its debut online a few weeks back for just two days, but for those of us who didn’t catch it, we have 2012 to look forward to.

Directed by Clayton Haskell, “eXtinction” takes us through the present day environmental issues, and what we will experience in our lifetime on planet earth. Many reviews say that “eXtinction” is beautiful yet shocking at the same time because it shows just how rapidly our planet is deteriorating.

Currently, screenings for 2012 include the Green Biz Forum on January 24 in New York City and the San Francisco Green Film Festival in March. We hope that there will be more opportunities to watch as we begin the new year.

Via: SUNfiltered

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