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Earth Day Philly Film Fest Shows Spark EP035

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Earth Day at the Philadelphia Film Festival with Dear Bill Gates by Sarah Christman, about Bill Gates bought up about 11 million archival images and stored them underground within the Iron Mountain archival preservation and storage business.

Then getting the lowdown with filmmakers Melinka Thompson Godoy, producer, and George Roland about an environmental tragedy A Town That Was by Chris Perkel with a chemical fire burning underneath a town that cannot be put out, costing 600 million and could burn for a hundred years.

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