Years of Living Dangerously

Screening and Panel Discussion with Joe Romm and Glenn Prickett

Winner of the 2014 Emmy award for Outstanding Nonfiction Series, this Showtime nine-part series brought celebrity investigators and well-known journalists to areas around the world to interview experts and ordinary people affected by, and seeking solutions to, the impacts of climate change. Following the series⒠opening episode – which includes investigations by Harrison Ford, Don Cheadle and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Thomas L. Friedman – a panel discussion will explore the backstory and future of the series: how it came about, its impacts, and what comes next. Hosted by Chris Palmer, Director of the Center for Environmental Filmmaking, School of Communication, American University, the panel will include Joe Romm, series science advisor, Glenn Prickett, Chief External Affairs Officer of The Nature Conservancy, and Margaret Ebrahim, Senior producer and writer, Years of Living Dangerously.

Saturday, March 28, 2:30 p.m.

FREE. Reservations required. Reserve at

American University, Doyle/Forman Theater, School of Communication, Center for Environmental Filmmaking, 201 McKinley Building, 4400 Massachusetts Ave., NW (Metro: Tenleytown-AU, Shuttle bus service to AU.)

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Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital