GRADING CUBA ON THE ENVIRONMENT:В THE ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL IN WASHINGTON Cubaв’s environmental advantage: can it last post-embargo? Cubaв’s Ecosystem, Other Environmental Issues to be Previewed Tuesday, March 10,…

Winner – SILENT RIVER (USA, 2014, 25 min.)В Washington, D.C. PremiereВ Since the passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement 20 years ago, international companies have used the Santiago…

Presented with World Wildlife Fund and the National Cherry Blossom Festival From the cherry trees of Washington to plankton in the worldв’s oceans, from seabirds in the Arctic…

An Impact Filmmaking Panel with Experts in the Field Film clips and Panel Discussion, hosted and moderated by Chris Palmer, Director, Center for Environmental Filmmaking, School of Communication,…

CHESAPEAKE VILLAGES (USA, 2015, 30 min. ) World Premiere As one of the important centers of the U.S. seafood industry, the Chesapeake Bay has for centuries supported watermen,…

Presented as part of the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting Series CHINA: SEARCHING FORВ SACRED MOUNTAIN (USA, 2014, 20 min.) Washington, D.C. PremiereВ An unlikely partnership between religion and government…

(Suggested Ages: 2-5) FINCONCEIVABLE (USA, 2014, 4 min.) Washington, D.C. Premiere What happens if sharks disappear? FINconceivable explores the importance of sharks to our world and what could…

Thanks to the Bernstein Family Foundation for their support of this two-part program and reception. INVISIBLE OCEAN: PLANKTON AND PLASTIC (USA, 2014, 9 min.) Washington, D.C. Premiere Sci-artist…

Join renowned coral reef ecosystem expert, Dr. Nancy Knowlton, along with Ocean Doctor founder and president, Dr. David E. Guggenheim, for a film presentation and discussion about the…

THREE SHORTS FOR EARTH FOCUS, LINK TV (Earth Focus, 2014, 5 min.)В Is climate change igniting turmoil around the world? How are the rising costs of climate change and…