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Monday, January 23, 2017

Renewable Now Network (RNN) Offers Fresh Perspective on Environmental Films and Programs at Prestigious Film Festival

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Providence, RI & Park City Utah - January 20, 2017 ( Newswire) Leading sustainability platform Renewable Now Network (RNN), is pleased to announce live stream, real-time social media, and blog coverage of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival from January 20-29. RNN millennial journalist Azzurra Catucci will be featuring environmentally-oriented films, documentaries, and programs focused on climate change and sustainability, including via a live simulcast of the January 21 Power of Story panel with the Honorable Vice President Al Gore and other luminaries at 2:30 CST at, under the moniker #RNNGreenGirl, using hashtags #RNNGreenBusiness #RNNGreenFilms #RNNGreenLiving.
#RNNGreenGirl will be reporting on the festival overall and the Sundance Institute's position as a leading voice and change agent in sustainability. In addition to offering a fresh perspective through the paradigm of a cutting-edge multimedia platform like RNN, #RNNGreenGirl will feature the festival audience's reactions to the issues posed through the artful lens of film, and what the average citizen is doing to effect change.
As Robert Redford, President and Founder of the Sundance Institute said, "Storytelling is the most impactful platform for calling people to act upon some of the most pressing issues of our time. Amid escalating threats to our environment, independent perspectives are adding the depth and dimension needed for us to find common ground and real solutions." Read more here at inconvenient-truth-to-world-premiere-at-2017-sundance-film-festival-as-day-one-screening. Highlights of #RNNGreenGirl @Sundance include:
  • The world premiere of An Inconvenient Sequel, a follow-up to the watershed environmental documentary An Inconvenient Truth
  • The New Climate, a 14-documentary/short-film/Virtual Reality experiential program dedicated to conversations and films about environmental change and conservation.
  • The Power of Story panel, a collaborative Sundance Institute and Redford Center presentation of the world's most prestigious sustainability leaders including the Honorable Vice President Al Gore, with former President
Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives, producer Heather Rae (Frozen River, RISE), global social entrepreneur and philanthropist Jeff Skoll, and environmentalist and scientist Dr. David Suzuki, moderated by Democracy Now! Broadcast ournalist Amy Goodman live-streamed at, also covered by RNN at
"Storytelling about RNN's passion for the Earth's preservation is what drives our mission to change the ‘green' paradigm," said Peter Arpin, Executive Vice President of the Arpin Group and Founder & President of RNN. "We are grateful to Sundance for welcoming us into its world-renowned community, so we look forward to making our coverage showcase the festival at its very best." Peter Arpin will also discuss RNN's role at the festival on his radio show "The Business Side of Green" on Wednesday, January 28 and Wednesday, February 1 at 1:00 p.m. via podcasts, and in his own blog Peter also has debuted his coverage via podcast:
ABOUT ReNewable Now Network (RNN)
The ReNewable Now Network (RNN) is the leading platform dedicated to advancing the three major principals of a sustainable lifestyle and business: environmental quality, economic prosperity, and social capital. Founded in 2012, RNN is the nexus where business, academia, and government merges with television, radio, cable, and online media to foster innovation in sustainability, while also creating tangible progress through the creation of new jobs, reduction in poverty, and the enhancement of our environment. The Renewable Now Network hosts weekly radio shows, podcasts, webinars, conferences and more with sustainability influencers, while producing research and development, and creating growth opportunities for private and public sector initiatives. For additional information on RNN, visit
About Azzurra Catucci
Azzurra Catucci has been an RNN Associate Producer and Reporter for RNN for three years where she has covered a wide variety of sustainability stories. Beyond RNN, Azzurra is an ECO-Rep for Elon University in North Carolina where she is a Communications Fellow and the President of CinElon Productions, Elon's on-campus film production company. Follow her at
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