World Water Day Tribute

TIROL—LAND OF WATER (Austria, 2006, 8 min.)

Dedicated to the beauty and treasure of water in the setting of the impressive mountains of Tirol, this film spotlights glaciers, waterfalls, lakes and rivers reflecting the magic of this precious and vital element running through the Alps. Directed by Johannes Koeck.

Shown as part of the day-long World Water Day Tribute. Welcome by Peter O’Brien, Managing Director, Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital. Opening remarks by Guest Curator Linda Lilienfeld, followed by: AGUAS CON EL AGUA; UMBRELLA; WATER FIRST; TIROL – LAND OF WATER; THE STAVE WEIR IN LUCERNE; RIVERGLASS; VILLAGE OF DUST, CITY OF WATER; and SWITCH-OFF. The World Water Day Tribute will continue with a panel discussion entitled Global Water Challenges, and the film finale FLOW: FOR THE LOVE OF WATER.

At EFF’s Tribute to World Water Day, Island Press will have books for sale from its list of titles on freshwater and ocean conservation. For more information, please visit

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE . No reservations needed.

Carnegie Institution of Washington, Elihu Root Auditorium

1530 P St., NW (METRO: Dupont Circle, Q St. exit)

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