AmDocs Film Festival Screenings for HAPPENING

Palm Springs, California

A work-in-progress screening of Happening at the American Documentary Film Festival in Palm Springs, on Saturday, April 1 7:00-9:00 pm.

Camelot Theatres, Aud #1 2300 E Baristo Road
Palm Springs,  CA 92262

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WATERSHED screening at the Smithsonian Institution’s Anacostia Community Museum

Anacostia Community Museum, Washington, DC

Friday, August 19, 2016, 11 AM – 12 PM

The Anacostia Community Museum is one of the nineteen Smithsonian museums and research centers. They are physically located in the historic Washington, DC southeast neighborhood of Anacostia.

Their mission is to create dialogues about issues that pertain to urban communities at the regional, national, and international levels.  Currently the museum has an urban waterways initiative that is funded by EPA, which investigates issues related to river ecology and watershed conservation.  Their locus of research involves Washington, DC’s Anacostia River, watershed and associated tributaries.  They also collaborate with local, regional, and national partners as part of this program initiative.  The Smithsonian sees their initiative as one of great strategic importance to its educational mission to further public science education.

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WATERSHED Screening at NatureBridge

Marin Headlands, California

Tuesday, June 21, 2016 | 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Sunset Building, Marin Headlands, Fort Cronkhite, Bldg. 1054

NatureBridge and The Redford Center invite you to a screening of Watershed:  Exploring A New Water Ethic for The New West. Narrated by Robert Redford and produced by James Redford and Jill Tidman, this award-winning film explores threats to the Colorado River and reveals a new water ethic for the 21st century.

This special evening will open with hor d’oeuvres and drinks. After the film, stay for Q & A and a conversation between The Redford Center’s Executive Director, Jill Tidman, and NatureBridge’s Golden Gate Director, Aaron Rich, about education’s role in advancing water conservation in the American west.

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