HOW EARTH MADE US: DEEP EARTH

Washington D.C. Premiere

HOW EARTH MADE US: DEEP EARTH

Winners from 2010 Wildscreen Festival

HOW EARTH MADE US: DEEP EARTH (United Kingdom, 2010, 59 min.)

Washington, D.C. Premiere Explores the relationship between the rise of civilization and the inner earth. Since the dawn of mankind, a network of active fault lines have provided key resources for civilizations to flourish. Professor Stewart explores iconic locations, including the barren deserts of Iran, ancient tin mines in Britain, the Timna Valley in Israel and the Naica Crystal Cave in Mexico, to discover how planet earth has changed the course of human civilization. Directed and produced by Matthew Gyves. Earth Sciences and Series Award Winner.

Program introduced by Merove Heifetz, Chief Operating Officer, Wildscreen USA.

Shown with THE PACK: EPISODE 5, MONKEY THIEVES: SEARCHING FOR SANCTUARY, THE CORAL GARDENER, GREEN & THE CRIMSON WING: MYSTERY OF THE FLAMINGOS

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE. No reservations required.

National Museum of Natural History

Baird Auditorium

10th St. & Constitution Ave., NW

(Metro: Smithsonian, The Mall exit or Federal Triangle, 12th St. exit. Blue and Orange lines) (Metrobuses: 13A, 13B, 13F, 13G, 63, 64, A46, A48, D1, N3, P1, P2, S2, S4)

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