MYSTERIOUS ISLAND, THE Shown as part of the Ocean Film Series Films on the Hill at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND (USA, 1929, 90 min.)…

Bratman introduced SHARK LOVES THE AMAZON at the 2014 EFF. Eve Bratman is an assistant professor with the International Development Program at SIS. Dr. Bratman’s research involves sustainable…

2011 Films POWER AND THE LAND MARCH 23 7:00 PM Directed by: Joris Ivens Venue: National Archives FIND ON MAP Shown as part of the multi-day, multi-venue Energy…

Part of theВ Global Trends, Local Stories: New Films from India and Ethiopia Program In the resource-rich Indian state of Meghalaya, unregulated coal mines poison natural systems that once…

Washington D.C. Premiere WHAT’S ON YOUR PLATE? Pre-Festival screening for school groups, also open to the public. Shown as part of the Food & Agriculture Film Series. WHAT’S…

World Premiere COMMUNITY OF GARDENERS, A A COMMUNITY OF GARDENERS (USA, 2011, 60 min.) World Premiere Throughout Washington, D.C., people of all ages, backgrounds and nationalities are gardening…

Washington D.C. Premiere GLOBAL WARMING: WHAT YOU CAN DO International Student House & Worldwatch Institute   “Simple Living with Wanda Urbanska”: Climate Change Special GLOBAL WARMING: WHAT YOU…

PETER MATTHIESSEN: NO BOUNDARIES PETER MATTHIESSEN: NO BOUNDARIES (USA, 2009, 60 min.) Acclaimed author, naturalist, explorer and Zen monk Peter Matthiessen is profiled in this compelling and intimate…

2013 Films Washington D.C. Premiere LUNARCY! Courtesy of Lunarcy MARCH 18 7:00 PM Directed by: Simon Ennis Venue: E Street Cinema FIND ON MAP LUNARCY! (Canada, 2012, 80…

2013 Films World Premiere Endangered Rivers (c) Peggy Fleming MARCH 18 6:30 PM Directed by: Various Venue: Sidwell Friends School FIND ON MAP Endangered Rivers Program Shown as…