ONCE UPON A TIDE ONCE UPON A TIDE (USA, 2008, 10 min.) Told through the unique voice of Academy-Award winner Linda Hunt as the Storyteller, the narrative is…

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BHUTAN: TAKING THE MIDDLE PATH TO HAPPINESS Co-presented by The Bhutan Foundation BHUTAN: TAKING THE MIDDLE PATH TO HAPPINESS (USA, 2007, 50 min.) Imagine a country where happiness…

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U.S. Premiere PERIPHERIA PERIPHERIA (Switzerland, 2009, 8 min.) United States Premiere There are no more open spaces in Switzerland. That’s why the Swiss Navy sets out to conquer…

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2011 Films POWER FOR THE PARKINSONS MARCH 23 7:00 PM Produced by: Ephraim K. Smith Venue: National Archives FIND ON MAP Shown as part of the multi-day, multi-venue…

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Attending Filmmakers & Special Guests Most of our screenings are enriched by discussions or Q&A sessions with visiting filmmakers, environmental experts, and other special guests. Below are just…

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Established in 1959, we are the leading source of development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean, with a strong commitment to achieve measurable results, increased integrity, transparency…

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Washington D.C. Premiere Museum Sculpture Gardens: A Brief Illustrated History Museum Sculpture Gardens: A Brief Illustrated History Lecture by John Walsh; Film Screening followed by Reception Museum Sculpture…

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PLAN B: MOBILIZING TO SAVE CIVILIZATION Shown as part of the Food & Agriculture Film Series PLAN B: MOBILIZING TO SAVE CIVILIZATION (USA, work-in-progress, 50 min.) Called “one…

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NAQOYQATSI GODFREY REGGIO: Qatsi Trilogy Chronicling the destructive impact of the modern world on the environment. NAQOYQATSI (Life as War) (USA, 2002, 89 min.) Exploring the most significant…

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Presented with the Global Foundation for Democracy and Development Featuring interviews with forest ecologists Tom Lovejoy and Luis Fernandez, along with the Peruvian Minister of the Environment Manuel…

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Washington D.C. Premiere TUNDRA BOOK, THE: A TALE OF VUKVUKAI, THE LITTLE ROCK Courtesy All Roads Film Project THE TUNDRA BOOK: A TALE OF VUKVUKAI, THE LITTLE ROCK…

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2014 Films World Premiere YOUR INNER FISH Your Inner Fish MARCH 18 7:00 PM Venue: National Academy of Sciences FIND ON MAP YOUR INNER FISH (USA, 2014, 60…

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Washington D.C. Premiere CARAVAN CARAVAN (Spain, 2004, 85 min.) Washington, D.C. Premiere Rabdoulah and Pemba are two 12-year-old boys living in very different and remote parts of the…

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‘Seeds of Time’ Trailer from Hungry, Inc. on Vimeo. A perfect storm is brewing as agriculture pioneer Cary Fowler races against time to protect the future of our…

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Part of the Bhutan Program: Films and Discussion Presented withВ the Bhutan Foundation The film looks at a young, self-employed waste collector. Featuring real, raw footage that shows Bhutanese…

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Now in his 87th year, Poet Laureate W.S. Merwin has dedicated over three decades to preserving and regenerating native plants and palms on a 19-acre site, Merwin Conservancy,…

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MEANINGFUL WATERSHED EDUCATION EXPERIENCE, THE THE MEANINGFUL WATERSHED EDUCATION EXPERIENCE (USA, 2006, 10 min.) Washington, D.C. students participate in outdoor environmental education experiences along the Anacostia River. Produced…

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2013 Films RIVER, THE Courtesy of The River MARCH 22 12 NOON Directed by: Pare Lorentz Venue: National Archives FIND ON MAP THE RIVER (USA, 1937, 32 min.)…

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World Premiere MOTHER NATURE’S CHILD MOTHER NATURE’S CHILD (USA, 2011, 57 min.) World Premiere Nature’s powerful role in children’s health and development is explored through the experience of…

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Relive your favorite moments from the 2015 festival! В  From theВ 173 films we screened over 13 days, we’ve created 13 albums of more than 700 photos. В  Visit…

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