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Washington D.C. Premiere
GRINGO TRAILS
Are tourists destroying the planet or saving it? How exactly do travelers impact the remote places they visit? This documentary answers urgent questions about one of the most powerful global industries—tourism... Continue Reading
MARCH
19
7:00 PM
Directed by: Pegi Vail
Presented with: National Geographic Traveler
Venue: E Street Cinema


FIELD REPORT: MIGRATORY BIRD TRAPPING IN SOUTH CHINA

Shown with EMPTYING THE SKIES

Large-scale trapping of migratory birds in southern China has emerged as a major threat to Asia's bird life and to sensitive populations of Pacific migrants...

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MARCH
19
7:30 PM
Venue: E Street Cinema


Washington D.C. Premiere
EMPTYING THE SKIES

Shown with FIELD REPORT: MIGRATORY BIRD TRAPPING IN SOUTH CHINA

Based on a New Yorker article by best-selling author Jonathan Franzen, the documentary chronicles the rampant poaching of migratory songbirds in southern Europe...

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MARCH
19
7:30 PM
Directed by: Douglas Kass
Venue: E Street Cinema


U.S. Premiere
SLUMS: CITIES OF TOMORROW

Shown as part of Our Cities, Our Planet

This touching documentary takes you on a revealing journey from Mumbai, India, Asia’s biggest slum, through a suburb of Marseille to a Native American community in the Abitibi region of Quebec, a tent city in New Jersey and, finally, to the heart of a Moroccan slum...

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MARCH
22
2:00 PM
Directed by:  Jean-Nicolas Orhon
Venue: Petworth Neighborhood Library
MARCH
27
6:00 PM
Venue: E Street Cinema


AMERICAN MEAT

Chipotle Food and Agriculture Film Series

Will the local food movement be able to feed us all? Take a look at the current state of the meat industry in the United States...

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MARCH
25
7:00 PM
Directed by: Graham Meriwether
Venue: E Street Cinema


Washington D.C. Premiere
HAPPINESS
In 1999, King Jigme Wangchuck approved the use of television and Internet throughout his largely undeveloped nation known for its “gross national happiness.” With his uncle, Peyangki takes a three-day journey to the capital Thimphu to buy a TV set... Continue Reading
MARCH
27
7:30 PM
Directed by: Thomas Balmès and Nina Bernfeld
Presented with: the Bhutan Foundation
Venue: E Street Cinema

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