THE RECYCLERGY: 33 minutes of garbage
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THE RECYCLERGY: 33 minutes of garbage

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For decades the San Francisco Bay Area has been a hub for the recycling movement. Even the garbage companies have a long history of recycling practices. After the first Earth Day celebration in 1970, community, non-profit recycling centers appeared in schools, garages, and neighborhood centers-with the goal of bringing recycling to their cities. Now in 2006, only two non-profit recycling organizations remain in San Francisco .  Despite the lack of surviving community recycling centers, the Bay Area is still home to a unique community of recyclers who push the envelope of possibilities.

Featuring interviews with recycling pioneers and music by Rube Waddell, “The Recyclergy” is an entertaining examination of a fading subculture.

Directed and Produced by Jeremy Kaller
Edited by Mark Arellano
Music by Rube Waddell
Featuring: Charlie Lamar, Andy Pugni, Matthew Levesque, Arthur Boone, Dave Williamson, Dan Knapp, Joe Garbarino

33 minutes
2006

Awards:
Best Documentary, Marin County Festival of Short Film and Video
Best International Short, REEL EARTH, The Aotearoa Environmental Film Festival
Best Environmental/Ecology, Everglades International Film Festival
Best Short Documentary, Rogue Independent Film Festival
2nd Prize, Mion Solutions Environmental Film Program
Katherine Knight Award, Earth Vision Environmental Film Festival

Official Selections:
Plymouth Independent Film Festival
Napa Sonoma Wine Country Film Festival
Oakland International Film Festival
Washington DC Independent Film Festival
Swansea Bay Film Festival
Planet Ant Film and Video Festival
San Francisco Frozen Film Festival
River's Edge Film Festival
Colorado Environmental Film Festival
Princeton Environmental Film Festival
Lake County Film Festival
Connecticut Film Festival