An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power

Friday, April 27, 2018

Ossining Library’s Budarz Theater: 53 Croton Ave, Ossining, NY 10562

View the Trailer for An Inconvenient Sequel

View the post-screening panel discussion

Our panelists:

Tim Guinee
Actor, Director, and Chairperson
The Climate Reality Project

Tim Guinee is an actor and director. He has appeared in over 200 movies (including Sweet Land – the 1st carbon neutral independent feature film), mini-series and episodes of television and another couple hundred plays. He serves on the leadership council of Riverkeeper, the board of Green Product Placement and the advisory board of the Climate Institute. He is the chairperson of the Climate Reality Project Hudson Valley & Catskills, New York Chapter. At home, he is a volunteer fireman and a beekeeper. He lives in New York’s Hudson Valley.


 Nancy Seligson 
Town of Mamaroneck

Nancy is a career-long environmental advocate with a 25-year track record as a citizen and elected official. Prior to becoming Town Supervisor, Ms. Seligson served on the Town Board as a Councilwoman where she served as the liaison to the Town’s land use committees. She has also served in volunteer leadership positions with organizations including Save the Sound and the Westchester Chapter of the League of Conservation Voters.


 John Nolon
Distinguished Professor of Law
Pace University

John R. Nolon is Distinguished Professor of Law at Pace Law School where he teaches property, land use, and sustainable development law courses and is the Founder of and Counsel to the Law School’s Land Use Law Center. He has served as a consultant to President Carter’s Council on Development Choices for the 1980’s, and President Clinton’s Council on Sustainable Development.



 “In feature films the director is God; in documentary films, God is the director.”  ~Alfred Hitchcock

It is our mission to bring our community together to watch, enjoy and engage in conversations about documentaries.

We choose documentaries we hope will open our eyes collectively to issues that are important to our lives in Ossining.

At these free screenings, we will have a panel of experts available to answer questions and facilitate our discussion.

We hope that the issues raised in the documentary will encourage the viewers to ask questions and seek out ways to make a difference in Ossining and in The World.  Please check our schedule and mark your calendars for our upcoming screenings.

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