2013 Films Washington D.C. Premiere BLUE ALCHEMY: STORIES OF INDIGO (c) Mary Lance MARCH 20 12 NOON Directed by: Mary Lance Presented by: The Textile Museum Venue: George…

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Washington D.C. Premiere LIQUID ASSETS LIQUID ASSETS (USA, 2008, 86 min.) Washington, D.C. Premiere Listen to the story of essential infrastructure systems: water, wastewater, and stormwater. These systems…

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MAQUILAPOLIS: CITY OF FACTORIES MAQUILAPOLIS: CITY OF FACTORIES (USA / Mexico, 2006, 68 min.) Meet globalization personally at one of its major touchdown points: Tijuana, Mexico, also known…

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Washington D.C. Premiere RADIANT CITY RADIANT CITY (Canada, 2007, 85 min.) Washington, D.C. Premiere Sprawl is eating the planet. Across the North American continent, landscape is being leveled,…

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Washington D.C. Premiere CORAL GARDENER, THE Winners from 2010 Wildscreen Festival THE CORAL GARDENER (United Kingdom, 2008, 10 min.) Washington, D.C. Premiere Coral reefs are like underwater gardens,…

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2013 Films LAST ICE MERCHANT, THE Courtesy of The Last Ice Merchant MARCH 13 7:00 PM Directed by: Sandy Patch Presented by: Embassy of Ecuador Venue: Artisphere Spectrum…

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Part of Of Oysters and Watermen:В A Chesapeake Bay Program The story of why one vegetarian decides to add aquaculture oysters to his diet. The foundation of the Chesapeake…

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Part of the Farming for the Future: Enduring Traditions, Innovative Practices Shorts Programs Cliff Miller of Mount Vernon Farm in the Virginia Piedmont is trying innovative management techniques…

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Adamski discussed Backyard Bugs. Dr. Adamski has been an entomologist with the Systematic Entomology Laboratory, USDA, at the Smithsonian for the last 23 years. His expertise envolves studying…

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EFF is launching our Summer Screening Series with Ivy Meeropol’s film about the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant, which looms just 35 miles from Times Square. The Washington,…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

FROG, CHEMICAL, WATER, YOU Selections from the 2009 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival FROG, CHEMICAL, WATER, YOU (USA, 2009, 17 min.) Amphibians are an indicator species. Because of…

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Presented withВ the Bhutan Foundation The Red Door (Bhutan, 2014, 15 min.) The Red Door follows the metaphorical journey of a Bhutanese man during the various phases of his…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

KOYAANISQATSI Godfrey Reggio: Qatsi Trilogy Chronicling the destructive impact of the modern world on the environment. KOYAANISQATSI (Life out of Balance) (USA, 1983, 87 min.) An apocalyptic vision…

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Washington D.C. Premiere FOREVER WILD: CELEBRATING AMERICA’S WILDERNESS FOREVER WILD: CELEBRATING AMERICA’S WILDERNESS (USA, 2009, 55 min.) Washington, D.C. Premiere Capturing the glory of wild places through visually…

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HUNT FOR THE SHADOW CAT Courtesy National Geographic Society HUNT FOR THE SHADOW CAT (Belize, 2011, 48 min.) Scientists in Belize search for the elusive jaguar, revered by…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital