Local Documentary Makers Show 'Green' Films

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Updated: 4/22/2012 11:17 pm
The Lexington Film League and KYGreen.tv hosted their annual 'do-ers' film screening, which highlights local film makers who've produced short documentaries about people in the community trying to make the city a better place.

This year's screenings were hosted on Earth Day, at the SkyBar downtown. The theme this year was 'do-ers' who are making the city more environmentally friendly.

There was also a screening of the film YERT (Your Environmental Road Trip), which focused on three friends traveling from state to state, finding different ways to make the earth more environmentally friendly.

All the documentaries can be seen on kygreen.tv and the Lexington Film League Website.
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