Winter Nomads

Shepherds Carole and Pascal must move 800 sheep over 600 km in the Swiss-French region with the aid of only three donkeys, four dogs and a canvas cover for shelter. Depicting the harsh winter along with the loss of green space to villas, railroad tracks and industrial areas, Winter Nomads is an adventure film, a contemporary road movie and a reflection of our current world, which takes us back to our roots and out of our comfort zone. Directed by Manuel von StГјrler. Produced by Heinz Dill and Elisabeth Garbar.

Introduced by Peggy Parsons, Head, Film Department, National Gallery of Art.

Saturday, March 21, 3:00 p.m.

FREE. No reservations required.

National Gallery of Art, West Building Lecture Hall, 6th St. and Constitution Ave., NW (Metro: Archives-Navy Memorial, Judiciary Square)

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