EXPLORER: CLIMBING REDWOOD GIANTS

2011 Films

EXPLORER: CLIMBING REDWOOD GIANTS

MARCH
15
12:00 PM

Directed by: John Rubin & James Donald

Venue: National Geographic Society



EXPLORER: CLIMBING REDWOOD GIANTS (USA, 2010, 48 min.)

Redwoods are living giants, one of the earth’s largest and oldest trees. Some tower more than 350 feet high, taller than the Statue of Liberty; some may have been seedlings when Jesus was born. Yet these natural legends still shroud centuries-old secrets. The film reveals the little-explored environment of the redwoods using high-tech aerial laser surveys and breathtaking imagery. Directed and produced by John Rubin and James Donald.



Introduced by Rock Wheeler, Editorial Manager, National Geographic Live.

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE. No reservations required.

National Geographic Society, Gilbert H. Grosvenor Auditorium

1600 M St., NW

(Metro: Farragut North, L St. exit. Red line)

(Metrobuses: S1, S2, S4, 42, 43, N2, N4, N6)

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