A Selection from the 2014 United Nations Association Traveling Film Festival

Writer and activist Edward Abbeyв’s anarchistic spirit and riotous novels helped to inspire the nascent environmental movement of the 1970s and ‘80s. Through interviews, archival footage and reenactments, Wrenched captures the outrage of Abbeyв’s friends, the original eco-warriors, and passes the monkey-wrenching torch to 21st century eco-activists. The fight continues to sustain the last bastion of the American wilderness – the spirit of the West. Directed and produced by ML Lincoln.

Welcome by Professor Barrows, Director, Georgetown University Center for the Environment.

Introduced by Jasmina Bojic, Founder and Executive Director, United Nations Association Traveling Film Festival. Discussion follows the screening.

Tuesday, March 24, 7:30 p.m.

FREE. No reservations required.

Georgetown University, Edward B. Bunn Intercultural Center Auditorium, Main Campus, 37th & O Sts., NW (Metrobuses: 36, D6, G2)

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Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital