Film Society of Lincoln Center Will Feature Mexico's Cinema Planeta

Greens Screens, the Film Society of Lincoln Center's series programmed by Isa Cucinotta and Marian Masone which addressesthrough film the vital environmental concerns of global warming, the safety of our food supply, sustainable living, among other issues, has announced a special collaboration with Cinema Planeta, International Environment Film Festival of Mexico to take place June 1-3 at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center's amphitheater. The program will consist of the screening of 12 films, from Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and Spain, among other countries, some of them in their New York Premiere.

Green Screens:Cinema Planeta will feature the Mexican documentaries Canícula (pictured) by José Álvarez; Silvestre Pantaleón by Roberto Olivarez and Jonathan Amith; as well as the Argentine documentary Yatasto by Hermes Paralluelo and the Brazilian documentary Within the River, Among the Trees / No meio do rio, entre as árvores by Jorge Bodanzky, among others. For the complete lineup and more information visit the Film Society of Lincoln Center's website.