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Houston We Have A Problem - (c) New Angle Media

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Washington D.C. Premiere


Shown as part of the multi-day, multi-venue Energy Film Series


Washington, D.C. Premiere Everywhere you look in Southern Louisiana (SoLa) there’s water – rivers, bayous, swamps, the Mississippi River, the Gulf of Mexico. And everyone in Cajun Country has a water story, or two, or three or more. Its waterways support the biggest economies in Louisiana – a $63 billion-a-year oil and gas industry and a $200 million-a-year fishing business, in addition to tourism and recreational sports. They are also home to some insidious polluters: the same oil and gas industry, 200 petrochemical plants along a 100-mile-long stretch of the Mississippi known as “Cancer Alley.” The region also harbors the world’s largest Dead Zone in the Gulf of Mexico and erosion that is costing the coastline 25 square miles of wetlands a year. At the same time SoLa is home to one of America’s most vital and unique cultures; if everyone who lives there has a water story, they can also most likely play the fiddle, waltz, cook an etouffe and hunt and fish. Directed by Jon Bowermaster.

Introduced by filmmaker Jon Bowermaster.

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE. No reservations required.

National Geographic Society, Gilbert H. Grosvenor Auditorium, 1600 M St., NW
(Metro: Farragut North, L St. exit. Red line)
(Metrobuses: S1, S2, S4, 43, N2, N4, N6)

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